Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Trucker Diablo to debut on Rock Band

What a year it's been for the rising hard-rock band from Northern Ireland, Trucker Diablo!

Hot on the heels of their ground-breaking performance at this years, Hammerfest, making their debut on the hit game ROCK BAND™ for X-box, unleashing a new video for the rocker, "Voodoo" starring the comedic talents of I AM Fighter, and having their hit raucous single "Drink Beer, Destroy" used as the official song for Relentless/Kerrang, Trucker Diablo has just been tapped to play the upcoming Tennents Vital, in support of the Foo Fighters and Black Keys.

Taking the stage Tuesday, August 21st, the Big Truck will rip through their hard rocking debut, The Devil Rhythm, in support of the Foo Fighters and the Black Keys. After an exhaustive competition, Trucker Diablo was one of only two local bands asked to share the stage with the international headliners. All reports are that they boys blew the judges away with their high-octane performances of "Drink Beer, Destroy" and "Voodoo."

But you don't have to wait until August to see this barn-busting band at a festival. Coming July 21st and 22nd, the Big Truck will also take the stage at the S.O.S. Festival in Radcliffe, Manchester, exposing their blistering hard rock to fans of such bands as the legendary Tygers of Pan Tang and Beholder.

Trucker Diablo has been riding an intense wave of popularity since signing to Ripple Music, the California-based hard rock label late last year. The Devil Rhythm has earned widespread accolades, and lead-off single "Drink Beer, Destory" has been getting steady play on BBC Radio 1, Kerrang Radio, and Kerrang TV. The Devil Rhythm has been converting rock fans world-wide, with its cohesive, high energy tracks.

The Devil Rhythm is now available at the Ripple Music Store and world-wide through Clearspot International in Europe, Code 7 Distribution in the UK, and Nail Distribution in North America. And be sure to check out the hilarious, viral hit video for "Voodoo"


Tom Harte - Guitar, Vocals
Simon Haddock - Guitar, Vocals
Glenn Harrison - Bass
Terry Crawford - Drums

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