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Heel Grinder

by Screamin' Rebel Angels

It’s fast, it’s loud, a full throttle rock 'n roll attack, but then it also purrs and whispers thoughts you’ve never dared think, and shakes your misconceptions about what you think rock ‘n roll should be. Unrelenting, high-energy, incendiary.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Oh! My Soul
2:08 $0.99
2. Baby Gets Down
2:13 $0.99
3. Heel Grinder
2:19 $0.99
4. Hands Off
2:26 $0.99
5. I Believe
2:25 $0.99
6. Brassy Brown
2:05 $0.99
7. Something on Your Mind
3:14 $0.99
8. Sweet Petunia
2:38 $0.99
9. Where You At
3:00 $0.99
10. Snake
2:51 $0.99
11. Iris
2:41 $0.99
12. The Devil Whispered to Me
2:04 $0.99
13. Racing Death
2:12 $0.99
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Album Notes
Screamin’ Rebel Angels’ unrelenting and infectious brand of original Rock ‘n Roll and Rhythm and Ooze, gets louder, faster and harder with the release their sophomore LP Heel Grinder on Hey-Lo Records on January 24th, 2019.

Recent Press & Reviews
“They play too fast, and she’s not Etta James…” (roughly translated from Dutch) Nov 2018

“This isn’t Rockabilly. I’m glad I didn’t pay to get in.” Overheard during recent European Tour.

“You Don’t Look Like your Picture,” Disappointed Man at Toronto Show.

"This new Screamin' Rebel Angels sounds like the result of Little Richard joining The Cramps and playing like their lives depended on it! This is a full-throttle rock & roll attack and I love every second of it!" -Jammin' James Riley/ Rockabilly N Blues Radio Hour

(Brooklyn, NY) December 2018 - Screamin’ Rebel Angels are relentless, as in they DO NOT RELENT. Hailing from Brooklyn, NY, this band’s wild live performances are high-octane adventures that invoke the primitive energy of original era Rock 'n Roll, infused with the soul of early Rhythm & Blues, and invigorated with the raw power of punk. But that’s just where it gets started. It’s fast, it’s loud, it cuts straight into your core, but then it also purrs and whispers thoughts you’ve never dared to think, and shakes your misconceptions about what you think rock ‘n roll should be.

Fronting the band is Laura Palmer, a versatile multi-instrumentalist well-respected in the world-wide rockin’ musical community. Equally adept at slapping out the rhythm on an upright bass or picking on a big ol’ Gretsch, Laura Palmer’s on stage presence and powerful vocals command your attention. As a songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, illustrator and designer, Laura creates the musical, visual and business language of Screamin' Rebel Angels which is a joyride into the universe of ferocious feminine power, primal rock 'n roll and a compelling creative spirit. The band regularly tours the U.S., Canada and Europe, maintaining a dedicated and supportive subculture fan-base.

Screamin’ Rebel Angels’ sound is built upon a foundation of rockabilly but, like The Clash and The Cramps before them, they take the style and run with it, making it into something timeless, exciting, and all their own. Screamin’ Rebel Angels are rockabilly the way Neko Case is country - they are, but that is really just the beginning of the story.

Live the band is incendiary. Palmer’s voice is a big as they come, and she is backed by purely top-shelf players. They burn up a room, and remind us why live music is a truly vital and necessary art form. In the studio they’ve managed to capture this lightning-in-a-bottle. Recorded and Mixed byTony Maimone (Pere Ubu, Bob Mould, Frank Black) of Studio G Brooklyn, the album leaps out of your speakers. This album is the antidote to a world full of down-tempo EDM, chill-out mixes, and music to make us point-and-click. Screamin’ Rebel Angels strive make you sweat, dance, shout, and jump, and they WON’T relent.

Back in the studio for Heel Grinder, this time Laura Palmer assumed the role of Executive Producer, Lead Song-Writer, (penning 7 of the 10 original tracks) Upright Bassist, Electric Bassist, Rhythm Guitarist, Acoustic Guitarist, and Keys, with a confidence and conviction that is evident on every single one of the 13 tracks on Heel Grinder. Brian Hack played lead guitar, and wrote 3 tracks included on the record, and session drummer Josh Bailey provided drums on 12 of the 13 tracks, with touring mate Aaron Latos drumming on “Something On Your Mind.”



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