Los Angeles-born heavy metallic icons ALCATRAZZ right this moment unleash their livid new single, “Battlelines.” Taken from the band’s upcoming new studio album, Take No Prisoners, set for launch through Silver Lining Music on Could nineteenth, the monitor sees ALCATRAZZ delivering an epic heavy metallic anthem, brimming with metallic chugging riffs, hovering melodic vocals, and ear-splitting drums.
“‘Battlelines’ is without doubt one of the songs we really feel could be very consultant of the route the band is at now and the place we’re going, which is highly effective, heavy, and melodic metallic in that British and European fashion,” enthuses ALCATRAZZ keyboardist and co-founding member Jimmy Waldo. “Within the mid-Eighties, ALCATRAZZ strayed far an excessive amount of from the route of our debut album, that first document set the blueprint of what the band was all about and with the current two albums over the past couple years and now much more so with this new one, Take No Prisoners, we’re lastly establishing the true sound of the band. If followers give this a pay attention, they’ll hopefully discover so much to love!”
“We look ahead to including ‘Battlelines’ to the dwell set too,” provides co-founding bassist Gary Shea. “It’s about the usage of radar in warfare from WW2 till the current day; actual heads-down heavy metallic stuff!”
ALCATRAZZ is decided to make up for misplaced time, roaring forwards at warp issue ten to ship Take No Prisoners, their sixth studio album and the third in three years. Comprised of ten cracking, charismatic tracks, with every containing the distinctive fusion of traditional American rock with the complete grain hard-rocking perspective of British heavy metallic, Take No Prisoners sees ALCATRAZZ energetically hovering and exploring melodic development with road-warrior riffs. “Little Viper” rides a scything guitar right into a thunderous, Dio-like assault, while the band additionally present their calmer, extra expansive facet with the epic “Strangers,” however when an album finishes on the burn level of “Deliver On The Rawk,” there could be no query that ALCATRAZZ’s collective boot is repeatedly kicking critical ass!
Comprised of Doogie White (vocals), Joe Stump (guitars), Jimmy Waldo (keyboards), Gary Shea (bass), and Larry Paterson (drums), and with Giles Lavery and Waldo producing, Take No Prisoners is a loudly, and proudly traditional rock album which attracts on the ALCATRAZZ traditions of technically wonderful screaming guitars, thunderous rhythm, and the kind of vocals and general aura that evoke prime Dio and Rainbow. And, in fact, a primed and absolutely tuned-up ALCATRAZZ, whose profession is quick taking up Benjamin Button proportions.
Take No Prisoners Observe Itemizing:
1. Little Viper
2. Don’t Get Mad…Get Even (Feat. Girlschool)
5. Gates Of Future
7. Holy Curler (Love’s Temple)
8. Energy In Numbers
9. Salute The Colors
10. Deliver On The Rawk
Jimmy Waldo – keyboards
Gary Shea – bass
Doogie White – lead vocals
Joe Stump – guitar
Larry Paterson – drums