Eclectic ensemble A Good Rogering have released a video for their single Face Value. With a career marking over a decade, A Good Rogering thrive on taking their releases in unexpected directions drawing influences from southern rock to primal metal and even the romantic period,
Following the release of their 2019 singles, the acoustic-driven introspective Out Of Reach, and the funk anthem about a Persian cat, Mr. Peanut. A Good Rogering are preparing to drop their new album in 2022. Fusing heavy distortion, anthemic choruses and funky grooves, the new double single brings a powerhouse of energy. Driving percussion and fast rhythms open the track with an intense momentum and agitated anticipation.
Compelling vocals delivering lyrics with a dark undertone of being disconnected from reality contribute to the intriguing mood of their sound. Segueing seamlessly between tracks, A Good Rogering play with the dynamics of the music to develop the ongoing narrative. Systematic Paralysis delves further, developing the musical ideas of Face Value. From the seductive bass riff to the explosive guitars, it’s a thrilling listening experience.
Abiding by genre conventions is not something A Good Rogering consider in the song writing process. Throwing all manner of influences and musical styles into the mix, they have produced a hard hitting, electrifying sound. It’s sheer creative madness.
Skunk Manhattan: Vocals & Guitar
Tim Driscoll: Guitar & Backing Vocals
Sammiard Alvarado: Bass
John Takanikos: Keys & Backing Vocals
Rom Gov: Drums
A Good Rogering fuses the heavy-hitting rock of bands like Megadeth, Black Label Society, and Mastadon with the offbeat lyrical satire, dynamic prowess, and eclecticism of those such as Faith No More, Type O Negative, and Clutch.