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Finnish heavy rock band
will release on the 28th of january
their new album ‘Hardened’

The Road Song
Flags Fly Free
One by One
Signs of Life
Last Thing You’ll Ever Hear

to watch the video-clip ‘The Road Song’, please click play…

You have to be tough to survive in this cold, cynical world.
But real toughness isn’t all that easy to find – the courage to show a softer side of yourself, the guts to go your own way instead of following others, the willpower to get back up when you’re knocked down.
All those things are what Rough Grind’s new album ‘Hardened’ is all about.
The new album – released on 28 January, 2022 – is another heavy-duty offering from the metal rockin’ steam engine that is Rough Grind, taking listeners on a 7-song journey through electrifying soundscapes and some surprising sidetracks.
Two singles have already been released from the upcoming album:
‘The Road Song’, a stompin’ tribute to classic rock, and an explosive riff rocket named ‘Dreamchaser’.
The last track of the album is the aptly titled and definitely thought-provoking ‘Last Thing You’ll Ever Hear’.

launches a riff rocket

to watch the video-clip ‘Dreamchaser’, please click play…
pic by Petri-Damsten

Finnish heavy rockers Rough Grind shoot for the sky with their second single from the upcoming new album, ‘Hardened’ (Inverse Records).
The new single is now out to light up the airwaves, and the album is due for release on 28 January 2022.
While the first single, ‘The Road Song’, was a stroll down the memory lane to revisit the age of hard rock giants, the second one is a modern metal juggernaut.
Titled ‘Dreamchaser’, the new piece is a veritable riff rocket that will irresistibly take up permanent orbit inside your head.
Founded in 2011, Rough Grind’s resumé includes three EPs – ‘Son of a Gun’ (2014), ‘Four for the Road’ (2017) and ‘Trouble or Nothing’ (2018) – and their debut album ‘Pieces of Resistance’ was released in 2020.
The releases have been well-received around the globe, getting airtime from radio stations in USA, Canada, UK and Germany, among others.

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