RED HOT REBELLION TEAMS UP WITH AMP MAGAZINE TO STREAM ENTIRE FULL-LENGTH ALBUM

By on February 5, 2012

RED HOT REBELLION is now streaming its entire debut, self-titled full-length on AMP Magazine’s website. Listen to the entire album, due out Feb. 7, here.

The band previously gave away a three-song sampler of the record for free and last week, streamed another new song on Punknews.org. With the whole record streaming now, fans near the band’s hometown of Dayton, Ohio, can be ready to sing along at Red Hot Rebellion’s album release show on Feb. 10.

Bringing elements of punk and garage rock, Red Hot Rebellion is recommended for fans of Social Distortion, Supersuckers and Motorhead. With a focused, DIY mindset, the band will appeal to those who appreciate hardworking and honest groups that play the exact type of music they want to play.

Included in the imminent release of Red Hot Rebellion is a uniquely packaged comic book, where each song on the album corresponds to a page of the comic, creating a singular audio-visual concept. The comic book was illustrated by Peter Wonsowski and written by Red Hot Rebellion vocalist/bassist Jim Tramontana.

Also included in the album’s preorder is a CD, t-shirt and transparent red vinyl copy of the album – all only totaling $20.

Tomorrow, Red Hot Rebellion and Exit 384 Media will be teaming up to present a Facebook contest where the grand prize winner can win $450 of vinyl records from Paper + Plastick Records.

full album stream on AMP’s website and the preorder packages


Red Hot Rebellion – Red Hot Rebellion
February 7, 2012

Three free song promotion: http://promo.redhotrebellion.com

Pre-sale of album link: http://presale.redhotrebellion.com

Music video “For the Benefit of Evil”: www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Wi9qLtgl-Q 


More about Red Hot Rebellion:
RED HOT REBELLION was formed in the bowels of The Gem City (Dayton, Ohio) with a singular goal: To rebel against the watered-down excuse for rock of the status quo.

Their music is loud, fast, and furious — perhaps a throw-back to a simpler time when rock was fun and full of energy. When music was more important than fashion. When intensity was more exciting than whining about break-ups and heartache. When a Les Paul and a Marshall half-stack could rattle your bones and shake your blood.

By blending together punk, blues, garage and classic rock into a full frontal assault on the senses, Red Hot Rebellion creates a sound that they call “The Soundtrack to a Bar Fight.”


DaveHHM

Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.

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