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01 Grebbeberg
02 Reichswald
03 Murderous Artillery
04 Last Gasp Of The Dying
05 Crushed, Shattered And Destroyed
06 Tot De Laatste Granaat
07 Decimated
08 Stahl Und Feuer
Mixed by Marco Hartgens
mastered by Peter Neuber
pic by Van De Baan

a battle put into audio-hell by Sammath,
extreme Metal becomes more epic than before!
Sammath started out as a Black Metal band formed by Jan Kruitwagen
by the end of 1993, after Jan moved from Australia
back to The Netherlands.
Jan was very much inspired by 80’s Thrash and Australian metal.
The first demo “Zwaardbroeders bij de Bergengte”
(Brothers of the Sword at the Mountain Pass) came out in 96
and lead to German Folter Records signing Sammath.
The first album “Strijd” (Battle) was unleashed in 1999.
In 2001 Sammath developed into a live band,
bassist Ruud Nillesen joined at this point.
Since then, five more albums have been released
and many live shows were played.
Sammath signed to Hammerheart Records in 2013
and released the furious “Godless Arrogance” album.
Soon after, in 2016, Wim van der Valk (Inquisitor, Centurian)
joined the band on drums and Sammath
turned into the powerful three-piece war machine it is today.
All in the band started to play
a larger role in arrangements of the music.
After the release of the second album on Hammerheart
“Across the Rhine is only Death” well received live shows in Germany, Serbia, Romania and Russia took place.
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Dutch black metal band
will release album
Dutch black metal band
will release album
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The upcoming 7th album, once again set in the horror of World War II,
tells the story of Kruitwagens great-uncle
who perished in the forgotten battle of the “Grebbeberg” in 1940.
A fitting title for an album showing Sammath at its peak.
30 years of experience in songwriting comes together in a perfect storm.
Like a war hammer to the head,
“Grebbeberg” is Black Metal which beats you into submission.
It simultaneously provides the soundtrack to battle preparation
and the triumph of victory in battle, all in a very ugly way.
No matter
how grand and unforgettably poetic folkloric depictions of Hell are,
there is little prose aimed at the Underworld anywhere near as horrifying
as the theater of war among men.
No excuses, no reamping, no recording drums or guitars in segments.
Blood, sweat and breathing extreme metal.
“Grebbeberg” sees the band perfect the style they were championing
on their previous two albums.
A dynamic, tremelo filled glorious return to 90s Black Metal
with a great strong production.
Sammath is a very active live band
and will play a lot of shows to support the release of “Grebbeberg”.

Dutch black metal band
will release album
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1) Psychosomatic Harvest
2) Tempest Nexus
3) Extinction [Errata]
4) Parasite Communion
5) Paroxysmal Nova
6) Light of a Cybernetic Sun
7) The Crystalline Void
8) Spectravore
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Host Revenant
in his home studio
Artwork by
Phlegeton Art Studio

The new Dyoxidon album “The Decaying Multiverse”
touches upon horror scenarios involving aliens & other hostile entities,
as well as spiritual and philosophical commentaries
from a science-fiction perspective.
In other words, it uses sci-fi metaphors
to criticize our society and how it works.
“Psychosomatic Harvest” deals with aliens’ commandeering avenues
of influence amongst humanity, coercing people into self-destruction
via mental manipulation.
“Parasite Communion” is about astral entities
that masquerade as benevolent gods in a worship situation,
only to siphon the life out of their followers,
much like how a parasite and it's host would relate to each other
(that one is based on an experience the mastermind
Host Revenant had with a friend,
who was giving all his spiritual devotion to an entity he claimed
he was serving, while his real life on the physical realm
was crumbling before him).
“Light of a Cybernetic Sun” is about a man waking up to the fact
that he lives in an artificial world, surrounded by artificial people
who don't understand they're in a simulation.
Maybe cliche, but it's still applicable to aspects of the modern world.
Such concepts are both mixed with industrial music and extreme metal, combining the two genres along with those lyrical themes.
Host Revenant tries to pull from different subgenres of electronic
and industrial music, in order to hopefully keep the music interesting.
The sound combines elements of brutal death metal
and atmospheric black metal mixed with harsh industrial and IDM.
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American industrial
black/death act DYOXIDON
has released album
'The Decaying Multiverse'
American industrial
black/death act DYOXIDON
has released album
'The Decaying Multiverse'
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Host Revenant
Guitars, Bass, Vocals,
Synth Programming,
Drums Programming
S. Wyatt Houseman (Helleborus, Akhenaten)
Additional vocals
(Tracks 1 and 4)
Jeremy Cuchiara (Ob Nixilis)
Additional Vocals (Track 2)
Manuel Moreno (Ob Nixilis)
Additional Vocals (Track 2)

Dyoxidon's origins can be traced back to 2009,
when sole band member Host Revenant
began listening to artists in the industrial black metal subjenre.
Wanting to pursue a unique musical path,
without copying directly from such influences,
the project was taken into a more death metal direction,
with hints of black metal merely accenting the mechanized soundscapes.
Demo songs were recorded in a very primitive fashion,
and only saw the light of day on places such as Soundcloud.com.
It wasn't until 2017 that an attempted full-length album was recorded,
entitled "Mechanobiotic Theosophy".
Upon relocating from Wisconsin to Colorado in 2019,
the project released an EP entitled "Outmoded",
which was originally meant to be half of a split with another artist,
which never came to fruition.
Being dissatisfied with the final sound of 'Mechanobiotic Theosophy',
the album was re-recorded and remixed in 2021
to become "Exo-Spectrum", the first official Dyoxidon full-length,
with 'Mechanobiotic Theosophy' being downgraded
to merely a shadowy demo.
The project released it's newest offering, "The Decaying Multiverse",
in 2023, setting it's sights on greater levels of worldly exposure.

American industrial
black/death act DYOXIDON
has released album
'The Decaying Multiverse'
American industrial
black/death act DYOXIDON
has released album
'The Decaying Multiverse'
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01 Inauguration Of Lucifer (Intro)
02 Satanic Age
03 Psychic Vampires
(Feat. Sparky)
04 Cunt Of Destruction
05 Black Axe
06 I Wanted Everything
07 Censorshipped
08 Purgatory Souls
09 Hard Luck Mary
(Feat. Kit Swing)
10 Live Another Day
11 Naked City
12 The Life You Dread
13 Till Death

The bold new album by LUCIFER STAR MACHINE to be released on 14/04/2023 as CD/LP/Digital.
12 tracks of Rock‘n‘Roll mastery on full display.
The infernal Action Punx return with an all-new arsenal
of catchy and merciless Rock’n’Roll.
Prepare to have your face blown off by heavy guitars
from the Motörhead and Scandinavian School of Rock,
delivered with Lucifer Star Machine’s trademark
infamous no-bullshit attitude.
But these 12 nitro-fueled songs aren’t just brutal heavyweight combat:
as you’ll soon find yourself singing along to tracks
that are as tuneful as the Misfits and Ramones combined.
And once their fired-up version of a Kiss song
screams out of the speakers, you’ll be already jumping up and down,
playing air guitar like your life depends on it.
This is Rock’n’Roll as it oughta be:
dirty, reckless and with melodies to die for.
“Satanic Age” was produced by guitarist Mickey Necro
and frontman Tor Abyss,
who have written the entire album during the pandemic.
Once they had made demos for all the tracks and had a vision
how the record should sound like,
they hired once again engineer Roman Riemann
to record, mix and master the album under their direction.
The record was produced between January and June 2022
at Studio Bunker 85 in Lübeck, Germany.
With guest appearances from Marc 'Sparky' Phillips of Demented Are Go
and Kit Swing of London outfit Seven Days And Doesn’t Die.
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German punk'n'roll band
will release album
'Satanic Age'
German punk'n'roll band
will release album
'Satanic Age'
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Tor Abyss - Throat
Mickey Necro - Guitars
Mighty Ramon - Guitars)
ex-Mad Sin,
ex-Demented Scumcats
Benny Zin - Bass
ex-Frantic Flintstones
Captain Fettsau - Drums
ex-Teenage Love Guns
pic by Jan Season

The album is released by The Sign Records worldwide,
and will be available on vinyl
(1000pcs black, 500pcs red transparent w/black splatter+solid white splatter, 500pcs half/half solid black+solid gold), CD (Digipack, 1000pcs) and all digital platforms.
Lucifer Star Machine play fired-up Rock'n'Roll,
influenced by Punk and Hard Rock.
Their high energy live shows cement their reputation
as a true in-your-face Hardcore Rock 'n' Roll act.
But it is the segueing of this wanton brutality
with their sense for heartfelt and catchy melodies
that makes them truly stand out.
The 5-piece was founded in London, UK in 2002
and has since toured several times across Europe,
sharing stages with acts like Peter Pan Speedrock, Nashville Pussy
and Demented Are Go.
In 2019 the band hit the stage at Wacken Open Air,
one of the world's biggest Heavy Metal festivals,
where the bill included Slayer, Body Count & Airbourne amongst others.
Lucifer Star Machine's first single, "Death Baby", came out in 2004
and was produced by Punk Rock legend Rat Scabies of The Damned.
After two album releases on various indies,
they signed with German label I Sold My Soul Media in 2013,
who released their critically acclaimed third full length
"Rock'n'Roll Martyrs".
The record was lauded for its authenticity
and its snotty and unadorned approach.
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will release album
'Satanic Age'
German punk'n'roll band
will release album
'Satanic Age'
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In 2012 founder and band leader Tor Abyss moved back
to his home country of Germany,
whilst the rest of the band remained in England.
Over time the logistics proved to be too difficult,
so he decided to give the band a fresh start.
Thus, since Autumn 2014, Lucifer Star Machine is now based
in Hamburg, Germany.
2019 the band signed a record deal with Swedish label The Sign Records.
The group’s fourth album “The Devil’s Breath” was released worldwide
in April 2020 and received praise by the international press.
Due to Covid-19 all touring plans were put on hold.
After the restrictions were lifted, the band toured the record extensively
in 2022, with shows in Germany, Spain, Czech Republic, the Netherlands,
Denmark and the United Kingdom.
During the pandemic, Lucifer Star Machine has written and recorded
a new full length record.
“Satanic Age” is set to be released by The Sign Records in April 2023.

2004: Death Baby (7" Vinyl Single) Black Tongue Records (UK)
2005: Fire In Your Hole (Album: CD) Noisemaker Records (Germany)
2009: Street Value Zero (Album: CD/LP) Nicotine Records/Tornado Ride Records (Italy)
2013: Rock'n'Roll Martyrs (Album: CD/Digital) I Sold My Soul Media (Germany)
2015: Eat Dust (7" Vinyl Single) Wolverine Records (Germany)
2016: Your Love Remains (7" Vinyl Single) Selfdestructo (USA)
2016: Rock'n'Roll Martyrs + Bonus Tracks (Re-release/Digital only) Selfdestructo (USA)
2018: Evil Blood (Ltd. 8" Lathe Cut EP) Gods Candy Records (Canada)
2020: The Devil's Breath (Album: CD/LP/Deluxe LP/Digital) The Sign Records (Sweden)
2021: Fire In Your Hole (Re-release/LP) Infantile Records (Germany)
2022: Rock’n’Roll Martyrs (Re-release/LP) The Sign Records (Sweden)

German punk'n'roll band
will release album
'Satanic Age'
German punk'n'roll band
will release album
'Satanic Age'
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EMPRESS (USA), OSYRON (CAN) and HEI'AN (SVN) talking about boat,
bands, and bonding with fans.
"Every year since the very first 70000TONS OF METAL, The Original, The World's Biggest Heavy Metal Cruise, set sail in the Caribbean Sea, we from CMM and our label service SAOL have been part of the crew. And every year, we are proud of taking artists from the SAOL roster with us to play the stages on board as one of the 60 bands to set sail with 3000 metalheads that annually represent more than 70 nations from all over the globe,"
the team of metalheads from Hanover, Germany lifts the curtain,
and – along with three of the participating bands – grants a peek
behind the scenes for the first time:
"We've very recently returned home from the 2023 edition of 70000TONS, as did US symphonic metal outfit Empress, Canadian prog moshers Osyron and Slovenian post progressive metal spearheads Hei'An, after rocking the ship. For us, 70000TONS OF METAL is a new adventure every year: extensively laborious preparations, full work schedules on board, coordinating all our friendly media people, and taking care of the interviews as well as the meet and greets on board. For our bands, it's an equally big adventure and exceptional experience to travel to Florida, come on board a luxury cruise line ship and play their sometimes biggest international shows to date along big names such as Kamelot, Kreator, Nightwish, Dark Tranquility, Dragonforce, Destruction or Insomnium, meet fans and friends from all over the world, make new fans and celebrate their music with and be welcomed by the wonderful community
of The United Nations of Heavy Metal at Sea."

Here's how Empress, Osyron and Hei'An
experienced 70000TONS OF METAL 2023:
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"We are so overwhelmingly grateful for the opportunity to be a part of 70000TONS OF METAL,"
US-based EMPRESS put down in their report:
"Each of us had wanted to go on this cruise for years just as fans of music and, to not only attend, but to have the chance to perform was a real dream come true. We released our debut album, Fateweaver, just last August and having the chance to be seen by such a wide audience at this point was huge. Performing on the larger stages to rooms full of metalheads definitely lit a fire. Once you get a taste of it, it's impossible not to want more,"
the band states and gives a glimpse of the sailing magic in this live video of Beyond The Sleep, before moving on to the topic of production value aboard the cruise:
"It also gave us a view of what it's like to work with a whole new level of production; the stage crews we worked with were nothing short of amazing. It was great to finally meet the folks at SAOL in person! They were the ones that made this thing happen for us, and did an amazing job with promoting the release of Fateweaver, so it was great to be able to shake their hands and spend some time chatting. Being there also gave us a lot of opportunities to meet and chat with fellow artists, whether to make contacts or just to say hello! To be honest, it was surreal to get on the elevator and see someone who wrote a song that had inspired you. Probably the biggest thing that shook us was the chance to do a Meet & Greet session. We honestly did not know what to expect; we've performed on stages before and even though this was on a bigger scale, we were mentally ready for it, but this was a whole new experience.
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and EMPRESS continue:
"There was a line of people from around the world who were there to meet us, and that was quite a humbling experience. There were fans from countries we have not been to yet, but here they were, coming and telling us how much they enjoy our music. People we were meeting for the first time stood in line and brought copies of our album for us to sign. It's hard to describe how that puts things into perspective, but it really got us fired up! We have been working on new music for the follow-up to Fateweaver, so that shock of new energy that we got from meeting so many people was encouraging beyond words, and it's going to show in the new material. One of the other things we got to experience is fans telling us in person "Come and play in my city" and while we see that on social media, it's different when it's in person and you can see the genuine excitement in their eyes. We are looking forward to doing just that in the near future. In a word, this whole experience was incredible. It left us energised and hungry for more!"
Back home in the Canadian winter,
OSYRON are thinking along similar lines, hailing both crew and sailors: "It was an honour to be a part of something as legendary as 70000TONS OF METAL. It was an absolute blast! We had an incredible time, and we were able to meet so many amazing people from all around the globe – including finally meeting the CMM crew in person!
We are grateful to everyone that checked out our shows, came up to us to say hello (and sign our flag!), to everyone who visited us during the meet and greet, and to the people who worked their asses off to make this event happen.
We won't forget this experience, and we certainly hope to make a return to THE BOAT one day #soon,"

OSYRON summarise their stay with a promise.
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How much the sailors would spark the band – and vice versa –,
can be seen in this 70000TONS live footage of 'Ignite'
from their 2020 studio album Foundations.
Carrying the momentum through the foreseeable future, the band adds:
"For the remainder of 2023, we are working hard, booking as many shows as we can. We'll be heading back to British Columbia here in western Canada to play a couple of shows. Those will be April 7th at Runaways Lounge in Kelowna and April 8th at Bully's in New Westminster. Following that, we have some more shows and festival appearances this summer that will be announced in the coming months. Right away we're announcing our show on August 5th at Loud As Hell XI Open Air Festival in Alberta, Canada!"
Despite both bands being gangs of tightly bonded,
sworn in stage hogs with a ton of travelling and live experience
under their belts, the event that's often been referred to
as The United Nations Of Heavy Metal At Sea,
can still feed to even their sense of awe and wonder.
Just how much of a mind blow is 70000TONS then for a young band?
A band that's reaching ad astra with their complex music,
yet had played their very first show as a team
just before getting on board?
See for yourself in HEI'AN's enthusiastic humble report:
"70000TONS OF METAL was an absolutely INSANE experience for Hei'An. We just had our debut album release show – and the first show in our career as a band – the night before we boarded the flight to Miami to be a part of this legendary festival, making our sets at the Royal Theater and Star Lounge aboard the 70000TONS OF METAL cruise our second and third shows ever, which is something we still find hard to comprehend."
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The whole experience on the cruise was amazing, the gigs were crazy, and a lot more people showed up than we expected (being a very new band, we half-expected to play empty venues, but – while they weren't at maximum capacity – that wasn't the case at all), a lot of people showed up to our Meet & Greet / signing session, a lot of people wanted to take pictures with us, we sold more merch than we expected, and just the fact that we could meet (and make) new fans from all around the world and hang out with them all week was a surreal experience for us, and also something we still find hard to process, as we would have never expected such a positive reaction to our music so early on. Plus, having the chance to meet some of the other wonderful bands – some of which we have been fans of for a long time – in person, and talk to them, hang out with them and connect with them, was something we are, of course, extremely thankful for, as opportunities like that don't present themselves every day.
And most of all, it was just a great start to our touring era, as we have just recently returned from a mini-tour in the Czech Republic, Lithuania and Latvia, we have a gig in Villach on March 18th, we have already booked two more international gigs in March (TBA!), we have already been confirmed for MetalDays 2023, which is also a legendary festival we are very honoured to have the opportunity to be a part of, we can say the same for ProgPower Europe 2023 in October, and we have more shows booked that have yet to be announced, and doing our best to book even more shows for 2023 and beyond! And, in a way, after our release show at Kino Šiška in Ljubljana, 70000TONS OF METAL was kind of what started it all, so we just can't find the words to express how thankful we are for that experience! We certainly hope to play at the festival again in the future!"

The adventure, the thrill, and the fulfilment of dreams,
it all culminated in this wonderful second ever show that happened to take place
aboard the 70000TONS OF METAL.

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1. Understanding the Waves
2. Clear Sky Is Not a Curse
3. Fate's Intervention
4. Unburden
5. Life Ahead
6. The Source
7. Out of Place
8. Feeling Free
9. Ajan kysymys
Album cover by Ninni Swan
& Teemu Liekkala

Finnish atmospheric progressive metal band Alase
is set to release their second studio album
on April 14th 2023 via Inverse Records.
Alase is an atmospheric progressive metal/rock band from Finland.
Their music is a melting pot of various genres,
but the main focus is on the melody and atmosphere.
There are a lot of influences outside metal music as well.
Musically, Alase has similarities with bands like Katatonia,
A Perfect Circle, The Ocean, Textures and Tesseract, just to name a few.

Vocalists on “A Matter of Time” album and its singles:
Juha Tretjakov:
clean vocals on songs "Understanding The Waves",
"Clear Sky Is Not a Curse", "Unburden", "Life Ahead", "The Source",
"Out of Place" & "Ajan kysymys"
Markus Hirvonen:
all vocals on song "Fate’s Intervention"
Janne Lunnas:
all vocals on "Feeling Free",
screaming vocals on "Understanding The Waves",
"Unburden" & "Out of Place"
+ ambient & backing vocals on several songs

Finnish atmospheric progressive metal band ALASE
will release album
'A Matter of Time'
Finnish atmospheric progressive metal band ALASE
will release album
'A Matter of Time'
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Composer: Hannu Nieminen
Lyricist: Matti Hiitti

Finnish metal newcomer Koitos
released a third single "Virtaa" (eng."Flows"),
from the upcoming debut album.
This song has more dynamics and it includes crushing riffs
but also a delicate clean singing with a mellow piano.
Vocalist Matti Hiitti describes the theme of the song:
"The upcoming album deals with loneliness from many different angles. But in this song not in such a traditional way. The narrator of the song hides his mistakes under a hard shell, which emerges as crappy behavior towards others. In the end, people disappear around the narrator and he's left to lick his wounds in solitude."
Koitos debut album will be released later in autumn.
In addition to the composition and lyrics,
the song was recorded and produced entirely by the band itself.
The song was mixed and mastered by Rami Nykänen,
who has previously worked with bands like
One Morning Left and Balance Breach.

Finnish metal band
has released single
Finnish metal band
has released single
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Canadian band Deadbeat Superheroes has just released
their latest single, "By The Side Of The Road,"
a track that brings together an ambient, nuanced 80s sound
with mellowed catharsis.
With inspiration from the likes of
Roxy Music, Florence and the Machine, and Fleetwood Mac,
the song is a heavyweight in its own right,
thanks to the production of Marek David.
The song began as a nod to Creedance Clearwater Revival
with organs and a spooky Theramin track,

but it wasn't until Julie Sun Lee layered on her violins and vocals
that the song truly took on a new dimension.
Ultimately, Marek David's Roxy Music-tinged arrangement spun the track into a 180,
the end result is a track that has a heightened sense of orchestration and an assured ease
that showcases the band's musical prowess.
"By The Side Of The Road" is a testament to the band's evolving sound and their ability to create music
that resonates with listeners.
With its ambient, delay-filtered guitars and nuanced 80s sound,
the track is a standout in the band's repertoire.
Deadbeat Superheroes was formed by Toronto-based songwriters Vikas Sharma (guitar)
and Ayesha Adhami (singer), and later expanded to include Love Tapper singer/guitarist MT,
who added his signature rock-a-billy riffs and sweet vocals.
Adhami came up with the name Deadbeat Superheroes, and in 2014, the band released their eponymous EP.
Since then, the band has gone through a few lineup changes, with drummer Eric Purcell joining
during the EP release party, bassist Locksley "Dutty" Murray and violinist Julie Sun Lee joining in 2016,
and guest keyboardist Marek Forysinki establishing a long-lasting relationship with the band.
Adhami decided to pursue her career outside of music in 2020,
and Julie Sun Lee assumed the role of lead vocals.
The band's latest EP, 'Edmonton', was released in 2022, featuring guest appearances by Taylor Charles (drums), Charlotte Germaine (background vocals), and The Poubelles guitarist Stephen J. Horak.

Canadian rock band
has released single
'By The Side Of The Road'
Canadian rock band
has released single
'By The Side Of The Road'
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Orange Creek Riders

Orange Creek Riders' New Single 'The Key' Out Now:
A Darkwave Dance Throwback with a Twist.
Orlando, Florida - Indie rock band Orange Creek Riders (OCR)
has just released their latest single 'The Key',
a danceable new wave throwback with a dark twist.
Drawing inspiration from The Cure, U2 and The Church,
'The Key' is a perfect blend of alternative, new wave and dance music,
reflecting the band's diverse influences.
'The Key' is a retro darkwave song
that tells a tale of love with a haunting melody.
The track features the band's signature sound
and showcases their ability to deliver a memorable experience.
The single is a part of the band's upcoming album "The Key Singles"
which also includes "Into Oblivion," a song about the Ukraine War.
Orange Creek Riders comprises singer, guitarist and songwriter
Darren Soto, harmonica and keyboard player Darren Vierday,
bassist Jeff Jordan and drummer Jeff Sudbury.
Soto is a US Congressman representing Central Florida
and is known for his advocacy
of environmental, space and technology issues.
His passion for music is evident in this latest single,
which is sure to please fans of the band.
Talking about the inspiration behind 'The Key', Soto said:
"We wanted to create a darkwave dance track that reflects the emotions of falling in love with someone, while maintaining an edge that the band is known for."
With 'The Key', Orange Creek Riders continue to push boundaries
with their unique sound and style.

American indie rock band
has released single
'The Key'
American indie rock band
has released single
'The Key'
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