New Jersey’s Spider Rockets are just days away from the release of their fifth full-length album Along Came A Spider, this Friday January 26th via P-Dog Records. The album is available for pre-order HERE.
The band have partnered up with New Noise Magazine for the premiere of their new single “Rip Your Heart Out.”
Frontwoman Helena Cos tells New Noise about the meaning of the song: “We’ve all met the crazy chick who doesn’t know when to stop and will pull every dirty trick to entrap a guy. And we’ve all met the stupid guy who’s willing to give it all away no matter the cost just to get some. This is the story of when these two flawed characters meet. It’s a recipe for disaster. But, they totally deserve each other. To some people, this is romance….”
Spider Rockets hit the studio for their fifth full-length release, this time with producer Dan Malsch (Framing Hanley, Tantric, and Doro). ‘Along Came A Spider’ takes the group’s songwriting philosophy one step further with lush production coupled with the group’s distinct brand of unapologetic in-your-face sound and attitude.
Check out the lyric video for “Sick” HERE.
Spider Rockets’ previous release, Bitten, was named one of the Top 10 Hard Rock Albums of 2012 by MetalOdyssey.com. On rock radio cage matches, Spider Rockets triumphed over respectable heavy hitters like Five Finger Death Punch, Pennywise, Hellyeah, and others. Also, the group’s track, “Going Down,” became WWE darling, Charlotte Flair’s (daughter of the legendary Ric Flair), walk-out and victory theme song during her 2014 season.
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Spider Rockets has toured with Pop Evil, Trapt, and Saliva and has opened for the likes of Papa Roach, Steel Panther and others. The group has toured throughout the USA and has also performed in Europe. Lead singer, Helena Cos, and guitarist, Johnny Nap, originally started as a duo with an electronic rhythm section playing dive bars in New Jersey and New York City where they cranked out crowd favorites from AC/DC and Judas Priest to Guns n’ Roses and Metallica while testing the waters with original material.