Angeles Debuts Two More Singles From Its New LP; Offers More Pre-Order Options

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Veteran rock band Angeles released two more new singles from its forthcoming album Friday.

The band debuted its new single ‘Celebrate‘ and the video for another single, ‘Heal the Wounds.’ The songs are the second and third singles respectively from the band’s forthcoming album Hell on High Wheels.  The band debuted the album’s lead single ‘Rolling Like Thunder‘ on April 20.

Hell on High Wheels is scheduled for release July 3 through Dark Star Records/Sony.  Pre-orders are open now for the album’s upcoming digital release through Apple MusicGoogle Play and Amazon.

The band announced Friday, a new special pre-order for fans.  Audiences can now pre-order the album through two new outlets.  U.S. audiences can now pre-order the album Dark World Entertainment while audiences abroad can pre-order through Dark Star Records.

The musical arrangement at the center of ‘Celebrate’ is an upbeat, positive work that lends itself to comparisons to works from the likes of Poison, Ratt, and Motley Crue.  The noted musical arrangement fits the song’s lyrical theme, which touts the joy of just being together with friends and family.

The video treatment for ‘Heal The Wounds’ puts the band into what is meant to reflect a live setting.  The song’s musical arrangement is much like that of ‘Celebrate, reflecting the noted influences.  The song’s lyrical theme comes across as focusing on just getting over things that happened in the past.  It serves as a reminder to listeners that “time will heal the wounds,” as front man Louis Collins sings in the song’s chorus.

Angeles unveiled the track listing for its new album last week.  Angeles debuted the title, cover art and release date for Hell on High Heels June 11.

Angeles is scheduled to open for Krokus Oct. 10 at the famed Whiskey A Go-GO in Los Angeles, LA for the last show of Krokus’ farewell tour.

More information on Angeles’ new album is available online along with all of the band’s latest news at:

 

Websitehttp://www.angelesband.com

Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/TheAngelesBand

 

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Angeles Reveals New Album’s Track Listing

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Angeles revealed more information about its new album this week.

The band unveiled the track listing Wednesday for its new album Hell on High Heels.  The album is composed of eight songs, the longest of which — its opener/title track — comes in at four minutes, 43 seconds.  Other song titles featured in the record are works, such as ‘Start Living,’ ‘Celebrate’ and the album’s lead single, ‘Rolling Like Thunder.’

The album’s track listing is noted below.

 

‘Hell On High Heels’ tracklisting:
1. Hell On High Heels – Lytle/Collins – 4:43
2. Celebrate – Lytle/Collins – 3:37
3. Heal The Wounds – Lytle/Collins – 3:52
4. Apocalypse – Lytle/Collins – 4:24
5. Start Living – Lytle/Collins – 2:58
6. Rolling Like Thunder – Lytle/Collins – 3:56
7. Run – Lytle/Collins – 3:06
8. Holly Fenton – Merrit/James – 3:22

 

The band debuted the video for ‘Rolling Like Thunder’ April 20.  It is the band’s first single with the current lineup of Dale Lytle Louis Collins, Cal Shelton and Danny Basulto.  The DIY-style video features new vocalist Louis Collins performing the single while footage of the band is edited into the whole along with live footage of the band from past performances.

The song’s musical arrangement is a familiar up-tempo, classic 80s, guitar-driven style work that will appeal to fans of bands, such as RATT, Motley Crue and other bands of that ilk.  Its lyrical content comes across as being just as familiar, hinting at going out partying and rocking.

Angeles debuted the title, cover art and release date for Hell on High Heels June 11.  The album is scheduled for release July 3 through Dark Star Records/Sony.  Pre-orders are open now for the album’s upcoming digital release through Apple MusicGoogle Play and Amazon.

Angeles is scheduled to open for Krokus Oct. 10 at the famed Whiskey A Go-GO in Los Angeles, LA for the last show of Krokus’ farewell tour.

More information on Angeles’ new album is available online along with all of the band’s latest news at:

 

Websitehttp://www.angelesband.com

Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/TheAngelesBand

 

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Angeles Reveals Title, Release Date, Cover Art For New Album

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Independent rock band Angeles announced the first details for its new album this week.

The band announced Thursday, the title, release date and cover for its new album.  Hell on High Heels is scheduled for release July 3 on all digital platforms through Dark Star Records.  The album’s physical release date will be announced soon.

Pre-orders are open now for the album’s upcoming digital release through Apple Music, Google Play and Amazon.

Angeles debuted the video for its new single ‘Rolling Like thunder’ in April.  It is unknown at this time if the song is one of the album’s songs.  That is because the album’s track listing was not announced with the other noted information.

‘Rolling Like Thunder’ features vocals from the band’s new front man Louis Collins. It is the band’s first new music since it released is most recent album Fire It Up last year. The song is available to download through Apple MusicGoogle Play, and Amazon.

Angeles is scheduled to open for Krokus Oct. 10 at the famed Whiskey A Go-GO in Los Angeles, LA for the last show of Krokus’ farewell tour.

More information on Angeles’ new album is available online along with all of the band’s latest news at:

 

Websitehttp://www.angelesband.com

Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/TheAngelesBand

 

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Angeles Takes Audiences Behind The Scenes Of Its New ‘Fire It Up’ Video

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Rock band Angeles released a new behind-the-scenes video for its new music video.

The video is a making-of video that shows how the band made the video for its new single, the title song from its new album Fire It Up.  The video was recorded out in a desert setting, showing the band performing its new single and lots of more light hearted moments.  The video is streaming here.

The announcement of its new video is just its latest announcement.  The band recently announced a tour in support of Fire It Up.

The new tour schedule includes performances with Tora Tora and with Krokus.

The first of the new dates is a performance Dec. 29 with veteran 80s rock band Enuff Z’Nuff at the famed Whisky A Go-Go.  The band will ring in the new year Dec. 31 at Wood Music Studios and open 2020 with a return to the Whisky A Go-Go alongside Rough Riot.

The band’s new tour schedule also features a handful of dates in February, March and April.  Another performance is also scheduled for October.  The band’s latest tour schedule is noted below, with more dates to be announced.

ANGELES Last 2019 and First 2020 shows:

December 29th – @Whisky A Go-Go w/ENUFF Z’NUFF – Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2403216909937936
December 31st – New Years Eve Party @Wood Music Studios
January 2nd – @Whisky A Go-Go w/ROUGH RIOT
January 17th – @Universal Bar and Grill
February 14th – @Sunshine Studio Live, Colorado Springs w/TORA TORA
March 7th – @Petie’s Place w/PRETTY BOY FLOYD
March 27th – @Whisky A Go-Go w/LAST IN LINE
April 19th – Party in the Parking Lot @Rainbow Bar and Grill
October 10th – @Whisky A Go-Go w/KROKUS

Angeles’ upcoming live dates are in support of its new album Fire It Up. More information on the band’s tour is available online now at:

 

Websitehttp://www.angelesband.com

Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/TheAngelesBand

Twitterhttp://twitter.com/AngelesTheBand

 

 

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