Axle Creek’s Singles and Debut Album Slated for New Music Release
Classic-rock group explores life, choice and consequence in debut release, The Journey Home
Provo, Utah (PRUnderground) November 18th, 2014
Axle Creek, a classic rock band, announced the release of three new singles “Team Player,” “Give Me Some Kind Of Clue” and “When Good is Bad and Bad is Good,” songs 3-6 from their full-length album, The Journey Home, scheduled for release on January 27, 2015.
“Our goal is to create quality music with a message of substance,” said Bob Carey, songwriter and producer on the project. “’When Good Is Bad and Bad is Good’ is a great example. The song has a country vibe with each note, sound and word touching upon a father’s struggle to keep his family together in turbulent times.”
The album, The Journey Home, includes ten original compositions that demonstrate the bands versatility as they cross in and out of a modernized classic rock and into songs that have a distinct country feel. Randy Porter’s vocals deliver a texture reminiscent of Bob Seger, Sammy Hagar from AC/DC, and the Zac Brown Band.
Release dates: The Journey Home, Singles Release 1, October 21, 2014; The Journey Home, Singles Release 2, November 18, 2014; The Journey Home, Complete Set, CD, digital album and acoustic versions available January 27, 2015.
Don’t Believe The Lie: http://youtu.be/CZWFnV2tNUQ (Classic Rock vibe)
Soldiers’ Sacrifice: youtu.be/L2pqz12S8_4. (Country vibe)
Listeners can find previews, free downloads, and purchase Axle Creek’s new songs at the band’s website: www.axlecreek.com. The music will also be available on iTunes and Amazon starting November 22, 2014. Artwork, photos and bios are available in the press section of the website. Follow the band on Twitter
For more information about Axle Creek, please contact Bob Carey (email@example.com), 801-882-3689.
About Axle Creek
Our goal is to create quality music with a message of substance. Each song is filled with meaning relevant to our times.
Music from Axle Creek has a classic rock feel, but the band often blends a bit of blues into the mix — there is a strong country feel on the slower songs. Randy Porter’s vocals deliver a texture reminiscent of Bob Seger, Sammy Hagar from AC/DC, Nickleback, and the Zac Brown Band. Our motivation is interwoven with the tapestry of inspiration/creativity that is often sparked by the things we encounter in our world, the choices we make, and the resulting experiences they bring into our lives. We hope the music gives listeners a lift when they listen. Axle Creek will release their debut album, The Journey Home, on January 27, 2015. The music will be available on our website, iTunes, and Amazon, as well as other digital outlets.