SteelCity featuring new singer Roy Cathey release lyric video for song “A Little Love”
SteelCity consisting of band founder / guitarist Mike Floros (Idora), keyboardist Tony Stahl (Livesay) and new members — lead vocalist Roy Cathey (Cold Sweat, The Fifth), bassist Jason Cornwell (Eric Martin Band) and drummer BJ Zampa (House of Lords, Maxx Explosion) have unleashed a lyric video for their new song “A Little Love” from their upcoming sophomore album Mach II, which will be released via Kivel Records.
The group describes itself as follows on its Facebook page: “SteelCity is a hard rock band signed to the Kivel Records label. We are based throughout the United States but our name is derived from the hard-working, blue-collar, Mid-Western town of Youngstown, Ohio, which was known to be “The Steel City.””
Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of SteelCity‘s debut album Fortress, which featured lead vocalist Bryan Cole:
“If you like melodic rock, SteelCity‘s debut album Fortress will likely hit the spot and be one of the better albums that you’ll hear this year. Again, given my tendency to gravitate towards the harder edged sleazier material, I sometimes really like Fortress and sometimes can’t get through it due to the lighter fare melodies. In any case, Fortress is definitely worth checking out and if you like melodic rock, odds are that you’ll love the album.”
SteelCity‘s “A Little Love” lyric video:
Yo, peeps! Here’s the first single from our upcoming album, Mach II. It’s due on Kivel Records this Fall, 2019!