Swedish glam steel/sleaze rockers CRASHDÏET have launched the official music video for his or her newest single “Powerline”. The monitor, which encompasses a visitor look by STEEL PANTHER singer Michael Starr, is taken from CRASHDÏET‘s new album, “Automaton”, out now by way of Crusader Information/Golden Robotic Information. The primary-ever featured visitor look on a CRASHDÏET album, this anthem tune is a hovering duet between Starr and CRASHDÏET vocalist Gabriel Keyes.
Concerning how the collaboration with Starr happened, CRASHDÏET guitarist Martin Candy instructed Steel Roos: “We simply got here up with the thought within the studio, like we should always have a visitor look on this tune. We met STEEL PANTHER manner again a couple of years in the past and it turned on the market they’d their eyes on us, they preferred our music. And we simply popped the query to Michael Starr, and he was, like, ‘Yeah, dude. Let’s do it.'”
CRASHDÏET drummer Eric Younger not too long ago introduced that he was stepping other than the band to deal with his “personal well-being for some time.” He’s being momentary changed by former HANOI ROCKS drummer Kari “Lacu” Lahtinen.
Final November, CRASHDÏET launched “No Man’s Land”, the primary single from “Automaton”. A narrative about wanting inwards and shifting ahead, irrespective of the fee, it marked the primary new music from CRASHDÏET because the launch of 2019’s “Rust” album.
Keyes, who joined CRASHDÏET in December 2017, made his recording debut with the band on “Rust”.
CRASHDÏET was initially based in 2000 by late vocalist Dave Lepard and guitarist Mary Goore, higher often known as GHOST‘s Tobias Forge. The group’s 2005 debut album, “Relaxation In Sleaze”, debuted at No. 12 within the band’s residence nation, however eight months after its launch, the 25-year-old Lepard dedicated suicide. CRASHDÏET then recruited Finnish vocalist H. Olliver Twisted (RECKLESS LOVE) for its 2007 sophomore album, “The Unattractive Revolution”, however after touring in assist of the LP, Twisted exited the group. The band then welcomed Simon Cruz, who appeared on 2010’s “Technology Wild” (which reached No. 3 in Sweden) and 2013’s “The Savage Playground” (which reached No. 2) earlier than leaving the band within the midst of a Japanese tour in 2015.