DEAF RAT have released the first single of their upcoming album “Ban The Light”. “Fallen Angels” is a catchy song breathing the air of the golden Rock’n’Roll days – and foreshadows the debut of DEAF RAT that will be out on 1st November via AFM Records. With this song, the Swedish Hard Rock Band publishes their first stroke ever and finally reveals the secret of the rising heroes‘ sound.
DEAF RAT will play their first Live show on SABATON OPEN AIR next week, Wednesday 14th August at 10.30PM.
A light will be illuminating the dark season: DEAF RAT will release their debut album „Ban The Light“ via AFM Records on 1st November.
With their first stroke, the Swedish Hard Rock band serves a dark longplayer with heavy riffs, strong melodies and seductive tunes to twist your mind.
The title was taken from the first song that was written for the album – an emotional masterpiece about being different and about standing up for your individuality towards prejudicing people.
Singer Frankie Rich states: “I had a rough time in school being different in every possible way. I had a funny name, red curly hair, parents from a different country. On Top of that I was listening to KISS and WASP while the kids in my school listened to Backstreet Boys and The Spice Girls. I was miserable from being made fun of because I was different”.
„Ban The Light“ is a statement for everyone who has been made fun of in school, had people pointing fingers behind their backs in the street, or have had to put up with comments at work because of the way they dress, what music they’re in to or just because of the way they are.
„Ban The Light“ will be available as CD and Clear Red Vinyl (limited to 300 pieces).