Los Angeles, California rock band ROMS has released the first track, "Can't Stop The Sound", from its forthcoming full-length album. The song, which can be heard on the band's newly launched Facebook page, was recorded and co-produced by Brian Yaskulka, mixed by Johnny K and mastered by Ted Jensen of Sterling Sound.

"Can't Stop The Sound" is a self-confession about the consequences of failure," stated vocalist Charles Salvaggio. "It's not necessarily a bad thing to fail at something. When you do fail, and when you hit the very bottom, a lot of your shadows disappear and you are able to take a look at who you really are."

Featuring former FILTER and LOSER band member Charles Salvaggio (vocals), Johnny Royal (guitar), Christopher Royal (bass), Jaison Karner (keyboards) and Josh Fresia (drums); ROMS takes influence from dark electro pop, post-punk and stylish garage rock.

ROMS will perform with Orange County darlings SEMI-SWEET on Thursday, March 10 at the Viper Room in West Hollywood, California and on Friday, March 11 at La Cave in Newport Beach in support of SEMI-SWEET's CD Release Party. ROMS will debut the music video to "Can't Stop The Sound" in early March, with other live performances to follow.

Added ROMS founder and guitarist Johnny Royal, "As a band, we admire people who love music, so if that means that people buy, steal or trade our music or come out to a show, our music is our gift to anyone that is willing to listen to it."


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