BLUES PILLS To Release 'Live At Rockpalast' EP

BLUES PILLS To Release 'Live At Rockpalast' EP

Multicultural blues rock outfit BLUES PILLS will release a brand new live EP, "Live At Rockpalast", on February 14, 2014 via Nuclear Blast.

"Live At Rockpalast" will feature four songs from the band's euphorically celebrated gig at Germany's WDR Rockpalast on October 18, 2013 and will be made available as a lavish slipcase MCD as well as on high-quality 10-inch vinyl in various colours.

"Live At Rockpalast" track listing:

01. In The Beginning
02. Black Smoke
03. Little Sun
04. Mind Exit

Commented the band: "Thanks to 'Rockpalast' for letting us release some of the material from the show we did back there in October 2013. We wanted to give our fans a piece of the BLUES PILLS live experience to have on vinyl or CD."

BLUES PILLS has released the official lyric video for "Devil Man", the title track of the band's EP, which came out on October 18 via Nuclear Blast Records. The stunning psychedelic video was created by talented artist Tommy Antonini (guitarist for Italian post-hardcore band TASTERS), who has previously worked with such groups as BLACK STAR RIDERS, SOULFLY and REVAMP.

"Devil Man" is available as a digisleeve CD, on 10-inch vinyl (available in different and exclusive colors) and digital download.

Mashing the sounds of legendary rock and soul pioneers such as Janis Joplin, Aretha Franklin, the original FLEETWOOD MAC and LED ZEPPELIN while incorporating their own, distinctive marks, BLUES PILLS put back excitement into rock music.

The band consists of Swedish singer Elin Larsson, whose unique voice captures the listeners' ears with as much soul, blues and rock as if she'd invented the whole thing, 18-year-old French guitarist Dorian Sorriaux, who brings a whole new set of power and freshness to the table and U.S. American stepbrothers Zack Anderson (bass) and Cory Berry (drums) as the driving rhythmic force behind the overall experience called BLUES PILLS.



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