Thursday, November 5, 2009

The Rock Dose

The Rock Dose

Sugar Red Drive Release “One More Time” Video

Posted: 04 Nov 2009 07:13 PM PST

Sugar Red Drive have unveiled the music video for their single, “One More Time,” from their self-titled debut album. The dark and ominous clip captures the band’s raw energy and is a great example of why Sugar Red Drive is building a buzz in the rock scene. Check out the video below or here.

Fans in New York can see Sugar Red Drive play at the closing night party for the Queens International Film Festival in Astoria on Sunday, November 15th.  Visit their official MySpace page for more information and updates from the band. Make sure to pick up their self-titled album on iTunes today!

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Lifehouse Release New Single and Ready Fifth Studio Album

Posted: 04 Nov 2009 07:11 PM PST

lifehouseLifehouse announces the release of their fifth studio album Smoke & Mirrors on Geffen Records December 8th. First single “Halfway Gone,” co-written by Lifehouse lead singer Jason Wade, Kevin Rudolf (”Let It Rock”) and producer Jude Cole (Rocco Deluca, Beth Orton, MoZella), has already been serviced to radio and is available on all digital outlets now.

With Smoke & Mirrors; lead singer/guitarist Wade, drummer Ricky Woolstenhulme Jr., bassist Bryce Soderberg, producer Cole, and live guitarist Ben Carey have created a set that combines their live sound with great record making.

Smoke & Mirrors showcases two sides of Lifehouse — songs like “Smoke & Mirrors,” “Wrecking Ball” and “Had Enough” (with guest vocals by Chris Daughtry) have a raw and stage driven feel to them capturing the live, rock side of the band; a sound they had perfected after 10 years of solid touring. While tracks like “All In,” “Here Tomorrow Gone Today” and the first single “Halfway Gone” are songs sure to be heard on radio for years to come.

Lifehouse's multi-platinum 2000 debut, No Name Face, produced “Hanging by a Moment,” a #1 alternative hit which crossed over to become Top 40's Most Played Song of 2001, while 2002's Stanley Climbfall solidified the band as a touring force. Their 2005 self-titled platinum effort yielded “You and Me,” a giant hit ballad (Wade, Cole) that set a record by spending more than 60 weeks on Billboard's Hot 100 chart. 2007's Who We Are, also produced by the Smoke & Mirrors team, included the hits “First Time,” “Whatever It Takes” and “Broken,” which combined sold over 3 million digital downloads. To date Lifehouse has sold over 5 million albums.

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