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Paris-via-Montreal act No Place For Heroes has just put new single "Girls Want Bad Boys" online for free download. The song is available through TheNewReview.net here or in the player below.
"'Girls Want Bad Boys' is a straight-to-the-point kind of song," comments NPFH guitarist/vocalist, Will Maurer. "It's rock arranged and composed like an energetic electronica track. We wanted to make a point of underlining the changes that are coming with this new album we are working on, which will be more rock with some electronica influences."
The single was recorded in winter 2012 in Paris, with the same crew (Krang Team) that produced the first NPFH album. "This single has sort of a tragicomic concept," explains Maurer. "It's about a regular guy who finds himself in a car chase with the police after having pulled a stunt to impress a girl... because girls want bad boys! We're talking about doing all this in a video eventually." More...
Paris-via-Montreal metallic rockers No Place For Heroes are currently offering their entire debut album for free download via Facebook. The following press release was issued about the band:
"Fans of the riffs of Rage Against The Machine and The Deftones, the energy of the Foo Fighters and Queens Of The Stone Age, and the presence of Tool and System Of A Down will definitely find music for them in NPFH. Built for the stage, this ensemble presents a dynamite cocktail of sounds, combining the heaviness of rock, the power of metal as well as a hint of progressive, all supported by an over-the-top theatrical stage presentation."
A music video for "Surrender," the first single off the band's album, can be viewed below. "We're very happy with this debut album," states NPFH guitarist/vocalist Will Maurer. "The new stuff we're working on now is even heavier and more straight-to-the-point, but still features the same artistic vision from the first album. Can't wait to get it out to you!" More...