Their new album, ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Mafia’ drops on May 11th, and includes the single ‘She’s Hot’.
A Milan five piece whose spontaneous approach to songwriting lends their heavy rock style a frenzied energy, Rockstar Frame are a band who are going places.
With a sound which follows naturally on from the likes of Guns ‘n’ Roses and Aerosmith, only with the powerful female vocals of Faith Blurry, they are already turning heads in their home country having won the national ‘Rock the Road Contest’. Competing against 70 hand-picked bands from across the country Rockstar Frame came out on top thanks to their killer songs and great live show.
Rockstar Frame have an origin story like no other. The band was started when founder Max was in a coma after falling from cliff. His family played him rock music while he was unconscious, and he woke with the belief that the music helped to bring him back – inspiring him to write his own.
From there, the band was formed, and has been growing ever since – only set to get even bigger with the arrival of the new album and the help of a growing fanbase.
That fanbase will, in fact, have the opportunity to pick up a free copy of the new album. The album launch gig – date to be confirmed soon – will see 20 free CDs on offer for the first 20 who come dressed as an old school ‘gangster’ to join the Rock ‘n’ Roll Mafia and get into the spirit of the evening.
The show, like the album, is set to be a blinder. ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Mafia’ is released on May 11th.
Follow up single, Codeine, to be released October 1st
Booze? Real Ales
Review: This post apocalyptic sound is met with a crazy guitar riff and an astronomical onslaught of symbol mayhem. Loving this track and if you are wondering what its all about, we have a theory. The Slang term ‘Spider’ can be used to describe who persistently harasses a woman in a public place or a bar. The narrative of this anthem therefore could be that a woman is listening to this man harrassing her but refuses to show affection for his hurried advances. Also we like the tenuous link to public houses.
Tom Reynolds – Guitars / Vocals
James R Willans – Bass
Wayne Summers – Drums
This slow jam funky collaboration from Roland Polyak and soul vocalist, Milli is a real treat. Its open air feeling is perfect for the summer festival goer, who prefers a more chilled out time. Thats why a fine ale would fit this mellow beat brilliantly.