KICK AXE To Release First Album Of New Material In 18 Years

KICK AXE, one of the best and most successful heavy rock bands to burst out of Canada in the 1980s, will release their first album of new material in 18 years, "Kick Axe IV", on September 7 through Song Haus Music.

"We always felt like the band had unfinished business. Every couple of years we would talk about getting back together, and now we are finally able to do that," said guitarist Larry Gillstrom. "It took us two years to put 'Kick Axe IV' together. There were a lot of songs to choose from."

The band includes Gillstrom, vocalist Gary Langen, guitarist Raymond Harvey, bassist Victor Langen and drummer Brian Gillstrom. All of the members contribute vocal harmonies.

"Kick Axe IV" track listing:

01. Right Now
02. Rockin Daze
03. Consolation
04. Turn To Stone
05. Do You Know
06. Who Knows Ya
07. Woe
08. Time
09. Slip Inside My Dream
10. Who Says
11. Rock N Roll Dog
12. Black Heart
13. City Lights
14. The Only Ones Here


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