ROADKILL: Live Tracks Posted Online
Tasmania-based Australian hard rockers ROADKILL (TYRANT vocalist Neil Steel's side project) have uploaded four live tracks from a recent show for listening at their MySpace page.
The four songs — "King Hit", "Last Man Standing", "Hollywood" and "Locomotive" — are to be included on the band's debut album, which is slated for a July release. Other songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Get out of My Way" and "Sex Machine". The studio sessions will begin in May in the group's hometown of Hobart, Tasmania, with the band producing the album themselves. Vocalist Neil Steel was co-producer of both TYRANT CD's, "Freaks Of Nature" (2000) and "Thunder Down Under" (2003). Assisting Steel will be his brother, guitarist Zig, who has produced a number recordings by various Tasmanian acts over the last couple of years.
Commented Steel: "Look the new ROADKILL album is gonna rock — no doubt about it! The songs are now, modern and marinated in hard rock metal played with angst, aggression and shit-loads of attitude! I've always believed, if it sounds good, gives you wood, then it's gotta be good! If something doesn't grab you, it's gone!"
Neil Steel – Vocals
Zig – Guitar
Craig "Sheppo" Shepherd – Bass
Keef Kenny – Drums
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