New single from SHOTGUN REVOLUTION entitled “City Of Fire” from the upcoming third album “All This Could Be Yours” to be released in May. The song was written by Shotgun’s Martin Frank and Black Stone Cherry in Kentucky, USA, where a close bond was made, resulting in SHOTGUN REVOLUTION supporting BSC on their Scandinavian Tour next week:
23/2 Train, Aarhus (DK)
24/2 John Dee, Oslo (NO)
25/2 Fryshuset, Stockholm (SE)
27/2 Klubi Tampere, Tampere (FI)
28/2 The Circus, Helsinki (FI)
ABOUT SHOTGUN REVOLUTION
There are very few Danish rock bands who delivers their music as uncompromising as SHOTGUN REVOLUTION. This is a band who insists on making varied, playful and above all, well played rock ‘n’ roll that can stand on its own feet when compared to the giants of the genre. With hundreds of concerts all over the world from America to China, and even a visit to the international troops in Afghanistan, SHOTGUN REVOLUTION is a group of international quality and with their third album “All This Could Be Yours” they’ve never been stronger.
With “All This Could Be Yours” the band delivers dirty rock ‘n’ roll, untamed punk rock and metal, while their love for the acoustic ballad is still intact. For songwriting, the band sought new inspiration in the United States, where guitarist Martin Frank has been to Kentucky cowriting with the hard rock group Black Stone Cherry on the first single “City Of Fire”. In addition SHOTGUN REVOLUTION is going to support, Black Stone Cherry on their Scandinavian tour in end February 2016.
During the recording process the band’s rhythm guitarist decided to leave the band to focus on his own music and his future family expansion, which questioned the band’s continued existence. A process which the band came out strengthened by. Lead Guitarist Martin Frank explains:
“When a member of the band chooses to leave the” family “, it forces the band members to see each other thoroughly in the eyes … are we going to keep on doing this? And the answer was an earthquakeshaking … YES!”
The album was once again recorded in Copenhagen with Metallica legend Flemming Rasmussen at the wheel, mixed in Los Angeles by Ben Grosse (Slipknot, Depeche Mode, Madonna, Disturbed) and mastered in New York by Ryan Smith (AC/DC).
The band embarks on a massive DK tour starting on March 3rd in Viborg, and 5 weeks on, the album can be purchased yep 2 months before it is released! Rene Shades of Pretty Maids is standing in as rhythm guitarist at all spring concerts.
“All This Could Be Yours” will be released on May 27th worldwide via Mighty Music.