KEEL frontman Ron Keel will guest on the "Heavy Metal Mayhem" radio show with Mike "The Big Cheese". The interview will take place during the Sunday, September 5 broadcast from 6 to 8 p.m. EST.
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KEEL released its new album, "Streets Of Rock & Roll", on January 29 in Europe and February 9 in the USA on Frontiers Records. The new recording contains twelve new rock anthems in the tradition of KEEL's classic "The Final Frontier", "Keel", and "Lay Down The Law" albums: commercial hard rock featuring the twin-guitar attack of Marc Ferrari and Bryan Jay, drummer Dwain Miller and bassist Geno Arce's rock solid groove, Ron Keel's powerful vocals, and a collection of songs which the band feels is their best ever.
"We are not reinventing our style — 'Streets Of Rock & Roll' is a perfect follow-up to our previous albums," says Ron Keel. "The only real evolution is in the quality of the songwriting, musicianship, and production; the excitement and energy of the reunion really ignited our creativity and Marc, Bryan, and I were able to collaborate as a songwriting team like we've never done before. One characteristic this album shares with our classic releases is diversity — there are power anthems, relentless metal, and commercial hard rock. Some of the songs are designed to make you pump your fist and stomp your feet, some have lyrical content that is a little deeper and aims for the heart. There is a power ballad, 'Does Anybody Believe', which I think is an instant classic and will be a very important song for us, one of those rare compositions that capture magic and translates it into words and music."
"Streets Of Rock & Roll" was produced by Pat Regan (KISS, DEEP PURPLE, WARRANT) and features guest background vocals by Jaime St. James (BLACK 'N BLUE, WARRANT) and Paul Shortino, who produced and recorded Ron's lead vocal tracks.