Looks like Mexican trad metallic quartet, Freeroad, are channeling their inside Bart Simpson on their new nine-song debut, Do What You Really feel! Keep in mind the episode, “Bart’s Interior Little one,” the place some quack therapist declares Bart’s YOLO perspective, typified by his “I do what I really feel like” way of living, to be what everybody ought to aspire to? “Be like boy!” the Springfield residents chant at him, and the city even places collectively a Do What You Really feel pageant. Freeroad positively attended that, if solely in spirit.
However critically, these 4 younger musicians—Ramiro “Ranzig” Mendoza (guitar), Alejandro Velazco (guitar/vocals), Eli Arrieta (bass), Daniel “Fish” Tirado (drums)—can’t be bothered to concentrate to what’s happening in metallic circa 2023, when their hearts lie in 1983 (or possibly ’73). Their concept of “do what you’re feeling” is to do a spot-on model of NWOBHM-meets-proto-metal and let their freak flags fly (see album the duvet). And to make certain, Do What You Really feel! is the higher for it.
Do What You Really feel! was recorded in Echoes Studio and produced by bassist Eli Arrieta and singer/guitarist Alejandro Velazco. It was mastered by Patrick W. Engel at Temple of Disharmony. It’s set for launch on January 27 by way of Dying Sufferer Data on vinyl, CD and digital. Place your preorder right here.
Right here’s what Freeroad needed to say about their debut (spoiler alert: they’re stoked):
“We love these occasions when rock was younger, mystical and new for everybody. That’s how we make our music, with that very same soul, vitality…. the identical feeling! We hope that the listener will get the identical vibe that we really feel. It’s our option to return to the one factor in life we’ve got left after we are lonely, that follows us in every single place we go, the soundtrack of our lives—music. We hope that you simply get pleasure from our first album. All the time do what you’re feeling!”