Vain to release new album ‘Rolling With The Punches’ on April 14, 2016

Vain to release new album ‘Rolling With The Punches’ on April 14, 2016

Legendary glam rockers Vain have announced a pledge campaign to assist with the funding of their new upcoming album Rolling With The Punches which will be released on April 14, 2016.

Vain CD coverThe pledge music site for Vain‘s Rolling With The Punches album states (with slight edits):

Vain’s new album – Rolling With The Punches, is coming out on April 14th 2016 and you can be part of it! Come along for the ride with some exclusive items and stuff you can only get here on PledgeMusic during a limited time.

Vain want to invite our fans to be a part of our new album.

This is your chance to meet the band, visit the recording studio, have a private talk with Davy Vain, get personalized stuff and loads of more exclusive offers!

We want this project to be all about our fans. Therefore, we have done our best to make it all about you! We have been listening to what you and other fans wants from us and set up tons of exclusive offers only for you guys!

This is a must for all fans. Thanks for checking it out everybody. And a huge thanks to everybody for all the support over the years! Vain has defenetly got the best fans in the world and we can´t wait to take this ride together will all of you!

Rock on! / Vain

Vain‘s last album Enough Rope landed the number one spot on Sleaze Roxx’s Top Ten Albums of 2011 as well as number four on the Sleaze Roxx Readers’ Top 20 Albums of 2011. Sleaze Roxx stated the following about Enough Rope: “I’ve been running this website for a decade now and the majority of music that comes my way falls into two groups — young bands who try to sound like the ’80s, and ’80s veterans who try to recapture their classic sound (with varying degrees of success). That is what makes Vain‘s reunion album so magnificent… it not only rediscovers the sound of ‘No Respect’, but equals that cult classic in every conceivable way. The guitar work is stunning, Davy Vain‘s voice hasn’t missed a beat, and the songs themselves scream 1989 by capturing the sexual decadence and outrageousness of that time in history.”