Spider Rockets Kick You Where it Hurts on ‘Going Down’ — Song Premiere
Spider Rockets is a New Jersey-based band travels the sonic spectrum from dark and seductive to energetic to angry. Lead singer, Helena Cos, and guitarist, Johnny Nap, started as a duo playing every dive bar in Jersey and New York City. In between cranking out crowd favorites from AC/DC, Judas Priest, Guns N' Roses and Metallica, the two would test the waters by infusing some of their original material into the live set.
The duo soon expanded to a full lineup and began working with Brooklyn-based indie producer, Martin Bisi, best known for recording iconic albums by Sonic Youth, Helmet and White Zombie. After recording an EP entitled Preview, the group began to hone in on their sound wit the release of the albums Ever After and Spider Rockets. Tours with Pop Evil and Framing Hanley followed, plus runs on the Van's Warped Tour and a slot at Berlin's Popkomm Festival.
Today, Noisecreep brings you the premiere of "Going Down," a track from the band's forthcoming album. "'Going Down' is both tongue-in-cheek and kick-you-where it hurts bad ass. It has a way of doing both with a defiant strut," Cos told Noisecreep about the track. Check it out below!
Listen to "Going Down" From Spider Rockets
Spider Rockets' Bitten will hit stores on June 5 via P-Dog Records.