Hell’s Gazelles release their new single/music video ‘Take your medicine’

Oxford hard rock four piece Hell’s Gazelles have released a music video
for ‘Take Your Medicine’, the title track from their new ep out 27th
July. Ballsy riffage with foot to the floor drive and groove, Hell’s
Gazelles deliver a truckload of ROCK ahead of their slot at Amplified
Festival this July.

‘Take Your Medicine’ (official music video):

Whilst sonically monstrously fun, the lyrics cast a slightly darker
shade on society today. “This song is about second guessing the
duplicity of others, and fighting what lurks in the shadows, both within
and without”, explains vocalist Cole Bryant. “Musically it represents so
much of what we’re here to do as a band and as soon as it was written we
knew it should fly the flag for this EP.”

Recorded and produced by Chris D’Adda (Wayward Sons, Toseland) at Vale
Studios and mixed / mastered by Neil Kennedy (Creeper, Milk Teeth) at
The Ranch Production House, the forthcoming ep ‘Take Your Medicine’
features five high-energy slabs of modern hard rock goodness tinged with
metal influences! Hell’s Gazelles have been making a name for themselves
on the live circuit supporting the likes of Black Moth, The Treatment,
Desert Storm plus playing Bloodstock Open Air, HRH Roadtrip and more
with their own brand of big hooks, bulldozer riffs and soaring vocal
acrobatics courtesy of enigmatic frontman Cole Bryant. The new five
track offering is set to heighten this young band’s profile and
strengthen them as a British rock group to must see!

To celebrate the EP launch Hell’s Gazelles will play a special hometown
show at The Bullingdon, Oxford on Friday 20th July. Herman Terrance
Aubrey Boyce (better known as ‘Boycie’ from popular classic sitcom ‘Only
Fools And Horses’, played by actor John Challis) had this to say about
the event and new ep: https://youtu.be/U4hHLAryMUw

The track listing for ‘Take Your Medicine’ is:

1. Give Me Something
2. Stone Cold
3. Out Of Time
4. Take Your Medicine
5. She Devil

Encapsulating the energised, thought provoking and wild delivery of
‘Take Your Medicine’; the EP artwork (by Very Metal Art) features the
maniacal scientist ‘Dr. Strangechild’.

Hell’s Gazelles new ep ‘Take Your Medicine’ is out 27th July 2018.

Hell’s Gazelles live:

8 July – Quarrydowns, Amplified Festival (w/ Therapy, Xentrix and more)
20 July – Oxford, The Bullingdon (EP launch show)
25 Aug – Royston, Reaperfest (w/ Falling Red and more)

More dates to be announced.

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