The Cocaine Wolves | Royal Feast

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Royal Feast

by The Cocaine Wolves

If you like dueling, harmonic guitars, big drums, and singalong hooks, this record is for you. It fills you with a sonic blast of tales from the blue collar heartland inspired by classic hard rock and new wave of British heavy metal.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Live Right, Live Tight
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2. Snatching Death (From the Jaws of Life)
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3. Ladies' Night
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4. Station Fades Away
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5. Showstopper
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6. Balls City
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7. Dingeaux's Montreux
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8. Wednesday Night Fever
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9. The Ballad of Tough Shit Wilson
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Cocaine Wolves have come to tear the roof off and blow your house down, ready to lead the charge in the new wave of American hard rock music.

Combining heavy-handed riffs, harmonic guitar leads, and infectious melodies, the Wolves will leave the uninitiated as rabid fans. In an era where most "rock" is full of ironic posturing, hair flippin' Hot Topic brats, or stuck in the yarl'n'downtune camp of the NickelDoorGraceMaryThree, the Cocaine Wolves are fully prepared to reinvigorate a tired, post-worthless landscape with some old ideas that sound newer than ever.

The hard jams shall be kicked, the scent of blood shall be tracked, and the kill shall be taken. Forget what ya heard, the Cocaine Wolves will never front and cannot be faded!

ROYAL FEAST is the first serving of hard jams laid to wax and disc by the Cocaine Wolves. The record kicks off with a call to arms to "heed no rules, live right and live tight." From there you travel through scenes from the post-industrial Midwest where church camps lapse into dens of sin, spending a week's paycheck at a strip club is a ritual, and BBQ cooks can double as ladies' men. In between the Wolves drive their point home with dueling harmonic leads, huge drums, bass that goes from driving to melodic on a dime, and a sonic footprint created by the vintage sounds of rock when vinyl ruled the day.


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Royal Feast named to 'Best of 2010' lists
In case you don't believe The Cocaine Wolves that Royal Feast is a ball-busting slab of hard rock worthy of your time, listen to what these reviewers who added it to their 'Best of 2010' lists had to say:

"Somewhere “Judas Priest” and “Black Flag” are raising a glass." - Cody Jones' Best Albums of 2010, zaptownmag.com

"As you might suspect, they sound like Judas Priest and Thin Lizzy fighting over cocaine. Like wolves." - classicrockmagazine.com sampler

"Boasting the swing of Thin Lizzy and the aggression of early Metallica, the Cocaine Wolves brandish Muncie pride on tracks such as "Balls City" - David Lindquist, Indianapolis Star Top 10 Local Albums of 2010

"The Cocaine Wolves...refuse to take themselves seriously, and songs like "Love Right Live Tight" and "Balls City" are marvels of wink-and-a-nod hero worship. Stick around for "Station Fades Away" and ""Dingeaux's Montreux" to get your eyebrows blown off." - Scott Shoger, NUVO Newsweekly (Indpls) 2010 in Review: Local Metal