Mad Max Bring ’80s Hard Rock Hooks on ‘Rocklahoma’ — Song Premiere
Mad Max‘s roots run deep. Featuring vocal powerhouse Michael Voss (Casanova, Michael Schenker), the German act came together in 1981, releasing four albums before going their separate ways in 1989. After some years apart, the band reunited in 1999 and have been delivering their brand of high octane, hook-filled hard rock ever since.
Next week, Mad Max will release Another Night of Passion, their 10th studio record and sequel to their popular 1987 album, Night of Passion. “Rocklahoma,” one of the tracks off the new album, is named after the famed American hard rock/metal festival that the band played in 2009 and 2010. The song is the perfect tribute to the era of music the festival embraces.
Noisecreep is proud to bring you the exclusive premiere of Mad Max’s “Rocklahoma.”
Listen to “Rockahoma” From Mad Max
When the band got light that Noisecreep would be premiering a track off their new album, Mad Max sent us the following message:
“Hello to our friends at Noisecreep,
First off, we want to say thanks to everyone for listening to our new track! The song “Rocklahoma” is a blueprint of what Mad Max music stand for: hard rock from Germany. Having played the legendary Rocklahoma festival twice was like a dream come true for us! We hope to be back in the USA soon to present the new album to all our fantastic fans there! You guys rock!
Thanks so much for all your support,
Max Max’s Another Night of Passion will hit stores on March 26 via Steamhammer/SPV.