“Big Muff” Clip Embraces Energy of Debut Album Teenage Rampage
Dangerous! have just dropped a new clip for the raucous in your face rock number “Big Muff,” off their debut album, Teenage Rampage. The video depicts the band in their element exuding high octane energy and rock n’ roll prowess, that both the song and the album radiate. To watch the new video, go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jiBmCeORl6A
There aren’t many bands left these days who embody the rock n’ roll spirit, which is why the music of Dangerous! is more vital now than ever. This Australian act haven’t had a dull moment since forming in 2007 and with the release of their new album Teenage Rampage, the band—Tommy, Nicky, Jarrad & Liam—are poised to take over the world one power chord at a time.
Dangerous!’s debut album was recorded in Los Angeles with Grammy-nominated producer Ulrich Wild (Deftones, Pantera), mixed by Marc McClusky (Weezer) and features 12 energetic anthems that are literally bursting at the seams with youthful enthusiasm. By combining the swagger of The Vines, the edge of Guns N’ Roses and the energy of Australian rock icons like AC/DC, the band have created one of the most memorable albums in recent memory—a fact that makes perfect sense when you consider that they’ve spent the first half of their twenties on the road.
Teenage Rampage is a sonic explosion of the best elements of punk, classic rock and metal, all effortlessly wrapped up in one instantly infectious package. Lyrically, Teenage Rampage is about youth, fun and individuality, subjects that the band hold true to their heart.
Teenage Rampage is out now on Epitaph Records.