Crashdïet to release new single “No Man’s Land” on November 19th
Swedish rockers Crashdïet consisting of lead vocalist Gabriel Keyes, guitarist Martin Sweet, bassist Peter London and drummer Eric Young will release their new single “No Man’s Land” via Golden Robot Records on November 19, 2021.
Dustin Hardman‘s press release indicates (with slight edits):
“Crashdïet are one of the biggest names in the glam metal/sleaze rock scene and the band recently signed to global rock powerhouse label Golden Robot Records.
Crashdïet are back in the studio working on their 6th studio album, due out early 2022. They are set to deliver a taste of what’s to come with their upcoming single ‘No Man’s Land’which will be released digitally on the 19th of November.
‘No Man’s Land’ is the first single from Crashdïet’s new studio album, which will be their first since 2019’s Rust. The single is sung with powerful and precise vocals, surrounded by thick driving bass, heavy guitar chops, rock-solid drums and scintillating production. ‘No Man’s Land’is a story about looking inwards and moving forward, no matter the cost. ‘No Man’s Land’sees the band on top of their game and once again proving Sweden as a world leader in this genre.
Pre-Order/Pre-Save ‘No Man’s Land’ HERE
With the motto “go big or stay home” Crashdïet formed in Stockholm back in the year 2000 and brought in the new millennium with full-throttle speed and excess.
Crashdïet released their critically acclaimed debut album Rest In Sleaze in 2005, giving them a spring of success in their home country of Sweden and abroad.
Shortly after, their frontman Dave Lepard was found dead at his home, the result of a tragic suicide in January 2006.
With a career littered with abuse, tragic deaths and lineup changes, it nearly ended the band more than once, but the band have become known for picking up the pieces and returning to the scene of the crime… every time.
The surviving band members and new blood have carried the glam-metal sleaze-rock torch ever since, touring the world and releasing many acclaimed studio albums.”