Sunday, April 27, 2014

Gloryhound with a loaded gun

A group that’s become one of the leaders on the East Coast, Gloryhound is making a name by returning to core values of guitar rock. They play loud, hard, and smart, with a sound that skirts ’70′s classic, but feels crisp and new” says CBC journalist and author of Top 100 Canadian Albums, Bob Mersereau, “the group showed why they have become known as a premiere live act, one that should easily break out in the rest of the country.”
Fall 2013 saw Gloryhound settle in to The Farm Studio in Vancouver, BC, home turf of well-heeled producer Garth “GGGarth” Richardson (Hedley, Rage Against The Machine, Nickelback, Rise Against, Ten Second Epic, Head of The Herd…), who guided them through the making of their new, full-length album, Loaded Gun, while legendary music and entertainment producer, Bob Ezrin (Alice Cooper, Kiss, Pink Floyd, Fefe Dobson, Peter Gabriel, Lou Reed…) came on side for the mix and polish of Gloryhound’s Loaded Gun.
The album will be out in June, listen to the track "Loaded gun" here:

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