CIBOLA JUNCTION, the new Swedish hard rock band featuring Charles Rytkonen (vocals; ex-MORGANA LEFAY), Torsten Bengtsberg (guitar), Magnus Soderblom (guitar), Orjan Josefsson (bass) and Svante Hedstrom (drums; ex-BABYLON BOMBS) — has released a new digital single, "Peace Out", via various online music stores and services, including iTunes and Spotify.
According to a press release, CIBOLA JUNCTION's "desire to go back to the roots can be heard as an influence from the '70s hard rock, but with innovative ways of thinking. Some call their music power groove, others retro hard rock." "We believe it's a kind of rootless music, yet there is something new. But if you going to put a label on it, it's hard rock," the group declares.
"Peace Out" was mixed by songwriter/producer/artist Chris Laney (real name: Ulf Larsson), who has previously worked with CANDLEMASS, EUROPE and CRASHDIET.
For more information, visit CibolaJunction.com.
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