THE ANSWER To Release 'Raise A Little Hell' In March

THE ANSWER To Release 'Raise A Little Hell' In March

Northern Irish rockers THE ANSWER have re-signed with Napalm. The band's new album, titled "Raise A Little Hell", will be released on March 10 in North America.

THE ANSWER will perform a couple of UK festival shows this winter at which they will feature new material from the forthcoming album. In March 2015 they will hit the road again on a comprehensive UK headline tour which will be followed by a soon-to-be-announced European run of shows.

Commented THE ANSWER lead vocalist Cormac Neeson: "We're delighted to be extending our relationship with the Napalm family and look forward to great times ahead!

"During summer 2014 we hightailed ourselves down to Madrid to record our new album with longtime friend and producer Will Maya. Our time in Spain represents one of the most productive and enjoyable chapters in THE ANSWER's colorful history.

"Our new album, 'Raise A Little Hell', comes from deep down inside. We brought the blues, the swagger and soul back into the studio and emerged from it with an album that encapsulates our unabated love for making the music we make. We're all incredibly proud and thrilled with this record!"

THE ANSWER's fourth studio album, "New Horizon", was released on September 27, 2013 in Europe and October 1, 2013 in North America via Napalm.

THE ANSWER consists of Cormac Neeson (vocals), Paul Mahon (guitar), Michael Waters (bass) and James Heatley (drums).


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