AUDREY HORNE To Release 'Pure Heavy' In September
Norwegian rockers AUDREY HORNE will release their new studio album, "Pure Heavy", on September 29 in Europe and October 7 in North America via Napalm Records.
With admirable energy, keen sense of strong hooks, fine licks and great melodies, this record rocks without detours directly into the heart of every fan of pure rock music. Timeless compositions from dynamic to bursting sounds and undisputed authenticity of the five musicians make "Pure Heavy" a real listening pleasure.
Comments AUDREY HORNE: "We are proud to present our new album, 'Pure Heavy', an album that was written and recorded in the same spirit as 'Youngblood', and that we think will rock your socks off.
"This time we worked with two producers: Sir Dupermann (a.k.a. Jörgen Traeen), who mixed the precious album, and The Sun King (a.k.a. Iver Sandöy), who engineered 'Youngblood'. Together we created something that we found fitting to the title and we are truly looking forward to come out and present this album to you all live."
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