Earache Records has announced the signing of Australian high-octane rockers MASSIVE to a multi-album recording deal which covers the world minus Australia. The band's debut album, "Full Throttle", will be released on May 19.
The four-piece formed in Melbourne in 2012 with the aim of making the loudest, fastest and ballsiest rock 'n' roll around that hits you hard and leaves you begging for more. Drawing on influences from the likes of GUNS N' ROSES and AC/DC, MASSIVE consists of notorious road dogs, having famously travelled over a thousand miles for a single show. In addition, they and were once kicked out of a Los Angeles hotel following a riotous show after inviting the whole crowd back for an impromptu after-party.
MASSIVE frontman Brad Marr comments: "We're pumped to be teaming up with Earache. The journey ahead is gonna be a fucking ripper!"
The video for the track "One By One", taken from "Full Throttle", can be seen below.
Brad Marr (vocals, guitar)
Ben Laguda (vocals, lead guitar)
Aidan Mcgarrigle (backing vocals, bass)
Jarrod Medwin (backing vocals, drums)
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