Canadian rock act DANKO JONES will release its new album, "Wild Cat", on March 3 through eOne in Canada and AFM/Bad Taste in the rest of the world.
After having reached their highest chart positions to date in a handful of territories with their previous album, "Fire Music", and having been awarded gold and platinum singles in Sweden, DANKO return with "Wild Cat", once again produced by Juno Award-winning producer Eric Ratz.
The official video for the song "My Little RnR", taken from "Wild Cat", can be seen below.
Says band leader and namesake Danko Jones: "This is a fun stop-motion, horror-themed music video from the POV of a blood-sucking vampire. Who doesn't love blood and guts and RNR?"
With "Fire Music" (2015),the predecessor to "Wild Cat", DANKO reached their highest chart positions to date in Germany, the Netherlands, Austria and Finland and also charted in another handful of key territories. The first single, "Do You Wanna Rock", peaked at No. 5 on the Active Rock radio charts in Canada, making it their highest charting single in Canada in their career. The song also received massive airplay around the globe.
DANKO JONES has never felt more vibrant or hungry than they are on "Wild Cat". The 11-track album is a raw representation of the band's collective musical history and influences, and without a doubt their most solid album yet.
Celebrating 20 years in the rock n'roll game in 2016, DANKO JONES have an impressive resume to show for the past two decades. In addition to sold out headline tours across Canada and the European continent they have also toured the US, Brazil, Japan, Australia and South Africa and done extensive collaborations with a vast number of great artists. The Canadian trio has spent months on the road with GUNS N ROSES, MOTÖRHEAD and VOLBEAT and opened up for THE ROLLING STONES and OZZY OSBOURNE. The band's frontman and namesake was recently featured as a guest vocalist on the VOLBEAT track "Black Rose", one of the most streamed songs on their latest album and he also joined Mike McCready (PEARL JAM),Duff McKagan (GUNS N' ROSES),and Barrett Martin (SCREAMING TREES) for a session with THE LEVEE WALKERS where he sang on two tracks.
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