By on March 23, 2013

Rigoletto just announced the April 2nd release of their debut full length, Delusions of Grandeur. The 10-track record showcases their rock ‘n roll sound, intricate writing style and passionate energy. In addition, the music video for Queen’s Hotel, the album’s first single, releases today.

Delusions of Grandeur symbolizes the idealized dream of rock band stardom. The record documents life spent in New York City (opening and closing with sounds of the subway), in comparison to the band’s small city Tennessee upbringing. “Hometown” encapsulates the idea of using music and hard work to carry an artist out of his or her hometown and into new and exciting places.

“Queen’s Hotel,” inspired by Corey Snipes (lead vocals, rhythm guitar) stay in New York, once again touches on city life. The video features aspects of the city while recounting the story of a failed relationship. To view the the music video, follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ue5RTQrPIOY

Rigoletto is a four-piece rock band from Chattanooga, TN. After meeting in college, Corey Snipes (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Kirk Ellis (drums), Dave Griffis (lead guitar) and Chris Williams (background vocals, bass) began writing and recording together. They released an EP in the summer of 2010 and subsequently toured regionally. They recorded their latest project, Delusions of Grandeur, with Matt Skudlarek at Motion Music in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The album hits online retailers April 2nd, 2013. Rigoletto plans to tour on the record this summer, focusing on the southeast region. For more information, follow them on Twitter

(@rigolettoband) and their official website (rigoletto.us).


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.