WE ARE HARLOT: 'Dancing On Nails' Video Released

WE ARE HARLOT: 'Dancing On Nails' Video Released

Roadrunner Records group WE ARE HARLOT has unveiled details of its long awaited self-titled debut album. "We Are Harlot" — which features the blistering lead single "Dancing On Nails" — arrives everywhere on March 31. Pre-orders are available now via iTunes and www.WeAreHarlot.com.

Furthermore, WE ARE HARLOT — fronted by vocalist Danny Worsnop and guitarist Jeff George alongside bassist Brian Weaver and drummer Bruno Agra — has premiered its new music video for "Dancing On Nails", the first single off their anticipated LP.

Recorded at Steakhouse Studios in North Hollywood, California and produced by Kato Khandwala (THE PRETTY RECKLESS) along with Worsnop, George and Agra, WE ARE HARLOT showcases the bands larger than life personalities and unrelenting desire for fun. Their mission to revive rock and roll is evident from the get-go as Worsnop's swagger and power commands attention, while George's guitar oozes with style and feel and Agra and Weaver provide the rhythmic flow and backbone for the album. "Denial", the first track to be released off the record in 2014, caught the attention of global entertainment company WWE, which picked the track to be the new theme song of its flagship television program "Monday Night Raw". Other album standouts include "Dirty Little Thing" and "Someday", which highlight WE ARE HARLOT's staggering versatility and see them fearlessly blasting off into a new stratosphere with power and excitement.

WE ARE HARLOT are also set to make their return to stage in 2015 following their stellar live debut at Rock On The Range last year. The group is officially set to perform at an array of North American spring festivals, including such eagerly awaited events as Ft. Myers, Florida's Fort Rock (slated for April 25), Jacksonville, Florida's Welcome To Rockville (April 26), Concord, North Carolina's Carolina Rebellion (May 3), Somerset, Wisconsin's Northern Invasion (May 9), and Columbus, Ohio's Rock On The Range (May 15-17) with additional dates to be announced soon.

The band has already begun earning accolades for its classic brand of hard-edged rock and roll, with Guitar World declaring them to be "one of the most hotly anticipated acts in the heavy music scene… Songs like 'Denial' are swaggering and straightforward ragers, jam-packed with buoyant, buzzsaw riffs and melodic hooks galore and topped with plenty of tasty shredding… The result is a sound that comes off like a gloriously hedonistic hard-rock throwback, but encased in a modern aggro-metal sheen." What's more, both Alternative Pressnand the U.K.'s Rock Sound named WE ARE HARLOT to their "Most Anticipated" albums of 2015 lists, with ARTISTDirect calling the record "a real unbridled rock-and-f***ing-roll album… meant to make panties drop and bras fly into the air. This is exactly what the world needs now."

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