Ripple Music, the home of authentic, retro rock and metal, is proud to announce the signing of Northern Ireland’s most explosive rock n’ roll import, Trucker Diablo! After blowing away the crowds from the stages of 2011’s Download Festival, this Irish four-piece grabbed the attention of the U.S. rock label Ripple Music and immediately began working on plans to get the music heard around the world. The Devil Rhythm is a 40-plus minute thrill ride of rock n’ roll album that will have every head banging to the heavy groove and rocking to its muscular riffs and adrenaline.
Having formed in 2008, Trucker Diablo quickly garnered the adoration of some of rock n’ roll’s biggest names, including Joe Elliott (Def Leppard), Cormac Neeson (The Answer), Dee Snider (Twisted Sister), and Ricky Warwick (Thin Lizzy, The Almighty), who also makes a guest appearance on the Trucker track “Juggernaut”.
And now Ripple Music will be bringing the Big Truck right to your door! The Devil Rhythm will be released in the U.S. on January 3rd, and in the UK and Europe on February 6th. Available in all fine record stores, eBay, Amazon, CD Baby and at the Ripple Music home. Check out the debut video “Drink Beer, Destroy” and catch the early buzz of a band sure to have people talking in 2012.
Lock up your daughters and hide your wives, cause when the big Truck rolls into town, high -octane rock mayhem will be sure to follow!
The press raves:
“The Devil Rhythm is an exceptional effort!. This album will undoubtedly satisfy both new-generation hard-rock fans and old-school rockers alike. Joe Elliot of Def Leppard described Trucker Diablo as “Absolutely Awesome Stuff” and I couldn’t agree more.” — Road Rage Metal Mag
“The Devil Rhythm is a fantastic first album from Trucker Diablo. Ten furious paced, no messing rock ‘n’ roll tracks that sound more like an established artists greatest hits and not a new bands debut album. Opening songs “Drink Beer Destroy”, “Juggernaught” and “Big Truck” crash on your ear drums and continuously beat you into submission; overpowering you with every riff and selling themselves as the saviors of hard rock in Ireland. But it doesn’t end there! It’s time for the public to stand up and take notice of what could potentially be one of the most successful rock bands to emerge from the North since Therapy.” — Goldenplec
“In 25 words or less: “This band needs to be heard, so listen, share, talk, tell everyone about Trucker Diablo…” — May the Rock Be with You