RATT Vocalist STEPHEN PEARCY To Release 4th Solo Record “SMASH” On January 27th, 2017


From the official website of STEPHEN PEARCY:

RATT vocalist STEPHEN PEARCY, founding member of the mega multi platinum rock band, has completed work on his highly anticipated new album. “I am very happy with the new music and the diversity of the songs. Erik, Matt, Greg and myself put a lot of blood into the music, It’s taken some time”. “I’m sure all the fans will be excited too. And to be involved with the Frontiers Music family is way cool,” says Stephen about the new songs .

“SMASH” is planned for release on Frontiers Music Sri Jan. 27th, 2017.

The good news is that the first taste of new music has been already made available! Check out “I Can’t Take It” now:

The teaser single “I Can’t Take It” was mixed and mastered by none other than the legendary Beau Hill, the producer of RATT‘s first four multi platinum albums.

“SMASH” was produced by Pearcy and Thorne for TFR, engineered, recorded and mixed mastered by Matt Thorne and co produced by the bands lead guitarist and co writer Erik Ferentinos at MT Studio’s – Burbank, CA.

Pearcy will be supporting “SMASH” with live dates in the U.S. and internationally.

With over (12) million records, gold and platinum videos sold in the U.S. alone with RATT, and many other awards touring the world (32) years and with over (20) albums to his credit with other ventures, solo projects, compilations, best of records with other bands he created, there is no slowing Pearcy down. He’s a top fuel dragster roaring over 300 MPH!

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