Officially banding together in the spring of 2005, Dozen Dead Roses immediately hit the road playing what infamous MTV/VH1 VJ Matt Pinfield called "the most dangerous Rock 'N' Roll I have heard in years."
Pounding drums, lethal guitars, cascading bass lines and street-hardened vocals converge to create a sound that pays respect to the past, spits on the present and will kick down the door to the future. A switchblade to the soft, white underbelly of today's flacid state of music, Dozen Dead Roses are pure, raw energy - on stage and in the studio - which is, after all, what Rock 'N' Roll has always been about.
Like the world around us, music must change. Call it evolution, call it a revolution, but now is the time for the brave and the bold. Now is the time for Dozen Dead Roses.
Now Tied In with Glass Manacle Records!