High Wycombe’s Jeettblack return with album no.2 on June 4th, ‘Raining Rock’ – featuring special guest spots from Deep Purple drummer Ian Paice and original Accept vocalist / frontman Udo Dirkschneider.
“It’s a good sign, I think, when you argue for days over which songs should be the B-sides, and this highlighted our positive frame of mind and the fluidity of the song-writing this time round,” says bassist Tom Wright. “The recording process was an amazing experience as well; working at Deep Purple drummer Ian Paice’s house really set the tone for the record, and the result feels like bigger, better, stronger songs…”
And here’s a taster, with a video (that with its writhing ladies may NSFW in conservative offices) set in a bleak future that nevertheless has its plus points:
“In a barren and not too distant future, Simon Cowell has been assassinated, killed with a radioactive dart by Lord Zoltan who now rules the airwaves, slaughtering bands that don’t meet his impeccable musical tastes… Now it’s Jettblack’s turn to enter Death Frequency and play for their lives. Will Lord Zolton spare them, or have these UK rockers annihilated by his blood-thirsty firing squad?”