Single Review: Max Raptor – Blue On Red Band Sign To Hassle Records


It’s been a very big week in the lives of Midlands based up and coming rock band Max Raptor. They dropped a new track which you can pick up as a free download, announced that they had signed with Indie Label Hassle Records and revealed details of a brand new EP and album.

Exciting times I’m sure you’ll agree, here’s what the band had to say about it all;

“We’re very happy to announce that we’ve signed with the fiercely independent Hassle Records. We’re releasing not only our second album early next year but an EP before Christmas 2015 which we’re working on in the studio right this second. We’ve built a strong relationship with the label in a short space of time and looking forward to putting our heads together on these new sounds we’ve been putting down. The EP ventures into the amalgamation that is British Political scene, depression in men in the 21st century, the resistible rise of right leaning extremist statesmen & finally the regurgitation of mainstream media production. The album will not be a far cry from this, almost an arm to it. With the plethora of dire circumstances around the World, it would be unjust to ignore them when we’re penning the new tracks.”

And just top things off, that new track that I mentioned above is a banger. I love heavy punk slant, and that mixed with bucket loads of energy means that the band are onto a winner.

Looking forwards though and to that new EP and the album next year which could both really be something significant. This generation, our generation, my generation, need a band to come out and say something. To fight our corner and represent us and Max Raptor could be that band.

Blue On Red is a cracker and I’m excited about the future for these guys. Bring it on!

You can get your hands on the free download of Blue On Red here

 

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