Beasto Blanco, the band fronted by long time Alice Cooper bassist Chuck Garric, have released another video from their upcoming self-titled, sophomore release.
“Grind” is an adrenaline-fueled rocker that is the mantra for Beasto Blanco and the video can be seen here: https://youtu.be/HirAZpji-S4.
“‘Grind’ is SO authentic to the character of Beasto and the Beasto Blanco lifestyle. The credo of working hard no matter what you were born into or what cards life deals you. Rise and GRIND no matter what and be the KING or QUEEN of your world,” explains vocalist Chuck Garric.
Beasto Blanco is the follow up to the bands critically acclaimed 2013 release Live Fast, Die Loud and is available on November 25, 2016 via Rat Pak Records. Influenced by bands such as White Zombie and Motörhead, Beasto Blanco’s all new 12-song, sophomore release is a potent mix of heavy riffs, driving bass and melodic choruses. The album is currently available for pre-order via Rat Pak Records website at: http://smarturl.it/BeastoBlanco16. It is also available at all digital retailers including iTunes (http://smarturl.it/BeastoBlancoiTunes), Amazon (http://smarturl.it/BB16Amazon) and Google Play (https://play.google.com/store/music/album/Beasto_Blanco_Beasto_Blanco?id=Bdm5cwr5hebufslvuyppibuvj4i).
The band also released the debut single “Feed My Frankenstein,” a cover of the Alice Cooper classic that features Cooper’s daughter on vocals. The video was released last month and can be seen here: https://youtu.be/XMLRw8OaUmE. The single can be heard on the “Nights With Alice Cooper” radio show, which is syndicated on over 100 stations worldwide. The song can also be heard at 15,000 AMC, Regal, Cinemark and NCM movie theaters in the United States throughout the month of November.
Beasto Blanco will embark on a 2016/17 Fall/Winter tour starting in November, that includes a string of U.S headline dates, as well as a recently announced arena tour of Europe with BÖHSE ONKELZ. They return home to the U.S for another run of headline dates that will conclude with performances on the 2017 Monsters of Rock Cruise in February.
|Nov. 11th||Las Vegas, NV||Vamp’d|
|Nov. 21st||Frankfurt, GER||Festhalle|
|Nov. 22nd||Frankfurt, GER||Festhalle|
|Nov. 24th||Dortmund, GER||Westfalenhalle|
|Nov. 25th||Dortmund, GER||Westfalenhalle|
|Nov. 27th||Stuttgart, GER||Schleyer-Halle|
|Nov. 28th||Stuttgart, GER||Schleyer-Halle|
|Dec. 1st||Wien, GER||Wiener Stadthalle|
|Dec. 4th||Zurich, SWI||Hallenstadion|
|Dec. 6th||Hannover, GER||TUI Arena|
|Dec. 7th||Hannover, GER||TUI Arena|
|Dec. 9th||Leipzig, GER||Messehalle 1|
|Dec. 10th||Leipzig, GER||Messehalle 1|
|Dec. 12th||Hamburg, GER||Barclaycard Arena|
|Dec. 13th||Hamburg, GER||Barclaycard Arena|
|Dec. 16th||Berlin, GER||Mercedes-Benz Arena|
|Dec. 17th||Berlin, GER||Mercedes-Benz Arena|
|Dec. 19th||München, GER||Olympiahalle|
|Dec. 20th||München, GER||Olympiahalle|
|Dec. 22nd||Frankfurt, GER||Festhalle|
|Jan. 25th||Moline, IL||Rascals|
|Jan. 26th||Nashville, TN||Basement East|
|Jan. 27th||Atlanta, GA||120 Tavern|
|Jan. 28th||Birmingham, AL||The Nick|
|Feb. 2nd – Feb. 7th||Miami, FL||Monsters Of Rock Cruise|