LP solid red 180gram vinyl (ltd 300 copies, CD included)
Artwork and Layout by Per Spjøtvold
There comes a time when clever hipster pop from Brooklyn doesn’t do the trick. Frantic Choruses sung by extremely happy people on top of a recorder solo will not fix your hangover. And a dreamy arpeggio played on an analogue synthesiser will not make you forget that your girlfriend left you for an idiot who is driving an electric car and lecturing about SoMe marketing. You miss the times when music grabbed you by the balls. When you were speeding on the highway with the stereo turned to 11 and got 5 guys crammed in the car wearing identical denim jackets and drinking warm cheap beer.
Blood on Wheels is the guys who never got tired of classic rock. During High School they gave the nerds wedgies, drove the noisiest cars and had the girls begging for a lift. When they had problems they went to a bar or plugged in the guitars and screamed it out. Some things never change. So you will not see the rugged memebers of this band writing a blog with fancy fonts and ads to dating websites.
Blood on wheels are releasing their second album during 2016. After playing dirty clubs during winter and big festivals during summer they finally got together for their anticipated follow up. Like the first album you can expect heavy riffs, screaming guitars and a snarly Frank Reppen on lead Vocals. These are not posing rock puddles pouting their way to stardom. These guys are all about honest rock and roll. Songs about the darkness of living in a small Norwegian town with unfaithful women, a bankrupt brewery and 20 identical burger joints who’s charging 14 dollars for a beer that tastes like dog piss with a hint of cranberries. They spend a few hours more on setting up the sound in studio before recording this one. And they wrote some excellent mid tempo breathers who’s making the Blood On Wheels universe even more diverse and exciting this time. But of course; it still smells of gasoline, cigarettes and alcohol.. This is the music that’s going to make your blood boil and speeding tickets pile up. Check out their latest album ”It’s All A Lie”!