Rough Angel To Release Lost Tracks On New EP Release "Hear The Angel's Rock"

U.S. metal band Rough Angel have announced that the EP "Hear the Angels Rock!" will be digitally released on November 30, 2011 through Rock 'N' Growl. The EP is recordings from 1993 recorded at Paramount Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA and engineered by vocalist Csaba Zvekan (Killing Machine) himself. The recordings were originally intended for promoters and industry, but are now made available to fans. The music is classic/traditional style compared to bands like Black Sabbath, Judas Priest and Led Zeppelin.

A word from the maker and singer Csaba Zvekan

Vocalist Csaba Zvekan who remastered the recordings had the following comments on the release: "It's unbelievable how these recordings are almost two decades old and still have the power to convince the listener. The music and lyrics are still current especially these days. I got goose bumps remastering this piece of music. It definitely is a gift for all the friends and fans that are out there."


Csaba Zvekan - Vocals
Jimmy Z. - Lead & Rhythm Guitars
Marc Mougavero - Lead & Rhythm Guitars
Ross Manzo - Bass Guitar
Dave Kappos - Drums (on recording)
Mike Rangel - Drums (live)


US Heavy Metal weights Rough Angel have been around for more than two decades. Originally found in Hollywood, Los Angeles by Jimmy Z. and Johnny G. the band quickly built up a fan base and followers. Rough Angel were playing the sunset strip up and down and eventually moved to Las Vegas. The band got nominated as the best local band in Las Vegas, Nevada. Eventually Johnny G. left the band as he moved to Hawaii. So the spot for a singer was vacant and Csaba Zvekan has gotten the job. In 1993 Rough Angel have decided to record 4 memorable songs for an EP.


1. Standing by Mirrors
2. Defiance
3. Let it Burn
4. Hear the Angels Rock

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The music is “doomy“, “lava” – like and heavy metal with tuned down guitar riffs that sounds like a brick wall is coming down on you. Aggressive high pitch screams with oriental type melodies forge these recordings and give it the ultimate experience on a pure metal meltdown. In the “grunge” era it is a true classic and can be compared with bands like Black Sabbath, Judas Priest and Led Zeppelin.





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