77 announce new album High Decibels

Spanish act 77 is gearing up to unleash their second full length album ‘High Decibels’. Recording started in April under the helm of Nicke ‘Royale’ Andersson’ (ex Nihilist/Entombed, ex Hellacopters now Imperial State Electric) at Gutterview recorders in Stockholm, Sweden.

The band describes it as more authentic than its predecessor, ” This album is more electrifying, direct and noisy than the debut with a good old sound, recorded live in the studio without effects, tricks… just the whole band playing in a natural and wild way, you can hear feedbacks, noises,etc

Adding details on a few songs : “High decibels” the first track of the album is a song that deals with doing the things you wanna do in your own way and as you want it basically’ which perfectly represent 77’s writing behaviour since the band’s early beginnings.

Heavily swamped in the 70s sound, 77 have often be compared to AC/DC – Bon Scott era – and the band really don’t mind such comparison as their musical behaviour is genuine and pure, each band member live for that kind of vintage sound.

Still, the band walks away a bit from their regular songwriting pattern with the last album track: “’Promised land’ the longest song of the album, a kinda “mini opera” with different parts and is about the early days of the band when we lived in London trying to survive and played wherever we could, made no money, and had very little future. There are some different characters and special collaborations as Nicke and Dregen (backyard babies) as guest vocals”

77’s live shows are always scorching live performances and the band will soon announce a series of European dates in support of ‘High Decibels’.

     

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One Response to “77 announce new album High Decibels”

  1. Thanks for the support mate!

    LG