"Black'N'Roll", the sophomore album from BLACK RIVER, the Polish rock band featuring Orion (BEHEMOTH, VESANIA), Daray (DIMMU BORGIR, ex-VADER), Taff (ROOTWATER), Kay (ex-NEOLITHIC) and Art (SOULBURNERS), has entered the national chart in the group's home country at position No. 20.
The follow-up to the band's 2008 self-titled debut, "Black'N'Roll" was recorded in Studio Sonus and Studio Gdansk and was engineered by Malta (BEHEMOTH). It consists of 11 adrenaline-fuelled songs in vein of THE CULT, MONSTER MAGNET and DANZIG. Kay states, "It has the taste of good whisky, it smells with sweat of girls dancing at the strip bar and with odor of car tires burnt on tarmac."
"Black'N'Roll" track listing:
01. Barf Bag
03. Lucky In Hell
05. Breaking The Wall
06. Jumping Queenny Flash
07. Too Far Away
08. Loaded Weapon
10. Like A Bitch
BLACK RIVER has just returned from a successful tour with BEHEMOTH, where they played 10 shows for over 10,000 fans.
Four songs from the CD are available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.
Mystic Production will release "Black'N'Roll" in other parts of the world in January 2010.
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