QUIET RIOT’s New Album “Road Rage” Out Today

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Quiet Riot continues their historic journey in 2017 with their new album, “Road Rage”. Led by drummer Frankie Banali, who is joined by veteran bassist Chuck Wright (who has been in and out of the band since 1982), guitarist Alex Grossi (who has been in the band since 2004), and new vocalist James Durbin, the band continues to be an unstoppable force in the rock ‘n roll world. “Road Rage” is available now via Frontiers Music Srl.

Order the album here: radi.al/RoadRage or at the links below
Frontiers: www.frontiers.shop
Amazon: radi.al/RoadRageAmazon
iTunes: radi.al/RoadRageiTunes
Google Play: radi.al/RoadRageGooglePlay

Stream the album on Spotify: radi.al/RoadRageSpotify

Musically, “Road Rage” offers exactly what you would expect from Quiet Riot. Arena ready hard rock with strong hooks and infectious riffs, along with maturity in the songwriting that only a band with such a history and pedigree can offer.

“Road Rage” Track Listing:
1. Can’t Get Enough
2. Getaway
3. Roll This Joint
4. Freak Flag
5. Wasted
6. Still Wild
7. Make A Way
8. Renegades
9. The Road
10. Shame
11. Knock Em Down

Frankie Banali – drums
Alex Grossi – guitars
Chuck Wright – bass guitar
James Durbin – vocals

See Quiet Riot Live:
8/11: Greenville, TX @ The TExan Theater
8/12: Longview, TX @ Maude Cobb Event Center
8/18: Imperial, NE @ Chase County Fairgrounds
8/25: Le Roy, NY @ Jam At The Ridge
8/26: Port Falls, ID @ Stateline Cruiser

9/1 – San Pedro, CA @ USS IOWA – Fleetweek 2017
9/2 – Wilmington, NC @ The Thorne Theater
9/7 – Jim Thorpe, PA @ Penn’s Peak
9/15 – East Durham, NY @ Catskill Mountain Thunder
9/21 – St Charles IL @ Arcada Theater
9/23 – Newkirk, OK @ Southwind Casino

10/19: Houston, TX @ Proof Rooftop
10/28: Brownsville, TX @ Rock The Park Festival
10/29: Pekin, IL @ Avanti’s Dome – Rock ‘N’ Skull Festival

11/4: Pembrook, Pines FL @ Rockfest 80’S -CB Smith Park
11/8: West, Hollywood CA @ The Whisky A Go Go

February 15-19 @ Rock Legends Cruise

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‘Road Rage’ could possibly be Quiet Riot’s best effort post Dubrow. It has a raw feel to it, which could very well be the result of James Durbin’s newly infused vocals. The band is fresh and tight…
Metal Wani

This comes across as a band who’ve rediscovered their mojo.
Team Rock

A great return to form for this iconic hard rock band.
DangerDog Music Reviews

If Banali and company can continue to create rock and roll like this, and give us solid releases of original songs that are actually fun and entertaining to listen to, to hell with the naysayers.

“Road Rage” is a definite solid effort from Quiet RioT. It was hard to picture a world with Quiet Riot in it after the sudden death of Kevin DeBrow back in 2007. But now, ten years later, they have recaptured the magic. Kevin’s spirit will continue to live on through their music.
Metal Nexus

Road Rage is an impressive feat for the members of Quiet Riot and will put any doubts to rest once this album is heard. Durbin completes the perfect circle of a new Quiet Riot.
Screamer Magazine