Royal Bliss to Release "Waiting Out the Storm" on Jan. 24
Wed, 04 Jan 2012 11:26:20
Salt Lake City rockers Royal Bliss are gearing up for the release of their new album Waiting Out the Storm on Jan. 24. The new single “Crazy" will be impacting rock radio in January. The band will be hitting the road on a co-headlining tour with Bobaflex starting Jan. 6, which is this weekend. Touring in winter sucks but the band is pounding the pavement and introducing more new fans to their music so good for them.
Details on the Bliss that is Royal:
Royal Bliss have been making their mark across the country for years now. Constant writing, recording, and touring have helped build the success of the band. The wide variety of influences from Johnny Cash to Snoop Dogg to Led Zeppelin and the Toadies with everything in between have melded a sound that cannot be denied. Those are eclectic influences, that's for sure. In 2009 their Capitol Records debut Life In-Between charted in the Billboard top 200 and was No. 1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.
The album produced two Top 25 songs (“Save Me” and “We Did Nothing Wrong”). Touring with acts such as Buckcherry, Candlebox, Chevelle, Kid Rock, and Papa Roach has only increased the demand for the dynamic band from Utah. From the on-stage antics of front man Neal Middleton, to the energetic live shows, Royal Bliss continues to win fans over, all over the globe.
The band's new album Waiting Out the Storm was produced by Brian Virtue (Chevelle, Deftones, 30 Seconds to Mars) and is a healthy dose of timeless rock energy combined with sing-a-long pop hooks, poetic and heart-felt honest lyrics that has been missing in rock radio for quiet some time.
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