The Deep End Debut “Bigger. Better. Badder.” Video
December 18, 2012
The Deep End, a new powerhouse rock n’ roll band from Australia, have released a video for the song “Bigger. Better. Badder.” The track is the first single from band’s upcoming debut album ‘Cop This’, due for release on February 20th, and can be downloaded for free at www.thedeependrock.com.
The Deep End begun as an idea over beers in a suburban Melbourne garage and quickly developed from after school jams engaging locals (whether they liked it or not) with AC/DC covers to writing and performing formidable rock songs of their own. Since their inception, The Deep End have built a loyal fan base in Australia playing numerous festivals, headlining their own sell-out shows nationwide and performing with Aussie giants such as Airbourne, The Angels, Rose Tattoo, Screaming Jets and Hoodoo Gurus.
The Deep End gained commercial radio exposure in Australia in a bid to support Bon Jovi, amounting to further interest from local rock fans that thickened their ranks. Their expanding following allowed them to record and release two independent EP’s over the first three years of the band forming, both of which received positive reviews across the local media.
In late 2011 The Deep End launched their ‘Your Shout’ EP to a full house at St. Kilda’s infamous Front Bar at The Espy. The Deep End then took their energetic live show around Australia and planted seeds with local audiences taking to the band, leaving them thirsty for more.
When asked to comment, Drum Media Perth said “The Deep End has a classic sound that would’ve dominated the ’03 revival and blasted the likes of Jet right off the stage” and The Hard Rock Show said “In a year where I’ve seen Slash, Iron Maiden, Rob Zombie and Slayer, one of the best live shows of 2011 was The Deep End’s EP Launch at The Espy Front Bar.”
Determined to shake up the flaccid state of mainstream music today, The Deep End are currently recording their debut album due for release in February 2013, all in the meanwhile, continuing their string of shows around the nation. So, do yourself a favour and get involved with the hardest working rock n’ roll band Australia has seen in a long time and see for yourself why The Deep End has been turning heads nationwide.
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