Cuneo is located near six mountain passes, and from that town comes the hard rock band Bad Bones which raises high by their fans. Bad Bones have released their first official video from their forthcoming album High Rollers, to be released via Sliptrick Records on October 23rd. The track is American Days and features the band travelling and messing around on the road as well as live footage from last year’s show at the world famous Whisky A Go Go.
High Rollers are their fifth album from Bad Bones and it’s a no compromise. A tough and heavy record that will literally shake your bones. The amazing voice of Max Malmerenda (very close to Badland’s singer Ray Gillen) will lead you on a journey made of furious hard rock and with good melodies. If you can imagine Van Halen, Scorpions, Mororhead and a glimpse of Iron Maiden mixed together, you’ll probably getting close to the sound of Bad Bones. Sergio Aschieris have nice guitar riffs and solos and the pounding bass of Steve Balocco united with the killer drumming of his brother Lele, produce a wall of sound that takes no prisoners.
The guys have toured Europe, the US and Russia for years and you can feel this in every track. It’s the electric vibe of the thousands of shows played by this well-traveled combo around the world. The album has been produced by the world famous Simone Mularoni (Simphony X, Michael Romeo, Jorn Lande, DGM, etc) and Roberto Tiranti (Labyrinth, Wonderworld, Ken Hensley Live Fire), shaping and melding the sound of Bad Bones which preserves their live energy and lets each and every track explode from your device.