Today on Hair Metal Mixtape @ 4pm EST (16:00 GMT-5); Wett Cherry’s new single “Metal Driver” on Zero dB Radio

New York rockers Wett Cherry featuring Tiger Claws guitarist Dennis DiNunzio have released their third single “Metal Driver” from their upcoming debut album The High And Divine and it is available to be downloaded for free via record label Dragon City Demo‘s Bandcamp page.
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I get giddy now when I do Nu Music Fridays because of all the awesome new bands! So stick around for Razorbats, Asphalt Valentina and Temple Balls just to name a few!
But first… Hear N’ Tell!

Wett Cherry’s new single “Metal Driver” available for free download

New York rockers Wett Cherry featuring Tiger Claws guitarist Dennis DiNunzio have released their third single “Metal Driver” from their upcoming debut album The High And Divine and it is available to be downloaded for free via record label Dragon City Demo‘s Bandcamp page.

Here’s Wett Cherry’s new single “Metal Driver” right here on Hair Metal Mixtape

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Wett Cherry‘s debut album The High And Divine already is receiving airplay in 10 top U.S. cities. Producers Jason Futterman and Alex Santiago help bring out the band’s retro 80s vibe, paying homage to Mötley Crüe, etc with its sing-along lyrics and references to the counterculture generation.

It makes sense that all of the musicians — featuring guitarist /shredder Dennis DiNunzio, drummer Kevin Grisso, pansexual singer Andy/Andrea Jaggs, and bassist Bobby Hahm — are all from the tri-state area. Clearly, the band members were influenced by NikkiMickVince, and Tommy. While three of the members are new to the rock scene, Dennis DiNunzio aka Dennis D previously played with Adam PascalMina CaputoNotorious B.I.G. and Mayhem.”

There you have it folks! What did you think?

…And that was your Hear ’N Tell!

The Mixtape!

OK, Mixtapers! It’s Nu Music Friday and we all know what that means! New friggin’ rock for our headbanger mixtape ears! That’s right! There was so much new rock that I had to be very picky about the sound I was curating today. I tried to stick to a more rocking out vibe rather than the melodic AOR epic sound. I don’t know. We’ll see. 

So there’s NEW Cheap Trick! That’s right, you heard me correct. NEW friggin Cheap Trick! Cheap Trick have Unveiled a Ferocious New Single ‘Light Up The Fire’ this past Feb! While Cheap Trick hasn’t released a full-length studio album since its 2017 Christmas ChristmasLP (which capped a three-albums in two years stretch), the band has stayed busy creatively, with a steady stream of singles since 2018’s original “Summer Looks Good on You,” which was followed by a string of cover songs. Frontman Robin Zander revealed this past fall that the band had a new album completed but was delaying the release due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

So here’s Cheap Trickand their first new original song in about three years, “Light Up the Fire.” to kick off today’s “Nu Music Friday” edition of Hair Metal Mixtape. 

That was Finnish rockers Temple Balls and their single “T.O.T.C.” from their 2021 album “Pyramide” to wrap up today’s Hair Metal Mixtape!

Temple Balls are an energetic hard rock band from Finland. For the past couple of years, Temple Balls has kept busy both in the studio and on the stage. Opening for such bands as Queen, Deep Purple, and Uriah Heep, the band has proven to be more than capable of handling stages of any size, whether it be a big festival or your local club’s stage.

In a recent interview with Tuonela MagazineTemple Balls guitarist Niko Vuorela was asked how the band came up with the album title Pyromide to which he stated: “pyromide” is basically a mix of pyro and pyramid. In all of our artwork, we like to feature these ancient themes, such as temples, as visual elements. If you look at the new album cover closely, you see the edges of pyramids on the sides. The pyro part should be quite obvious in it. I think it reflects our sense of visuality and high energy level in music.”

And that is today’s Hair Metal Mixtape #369 – Nu Music Friday

I’ve said it since day one of balancing the classic with the current. You have to evolve, and you can’t do that without the help of the future generations just as much as they need our wisdom, we need their vision to see things differently and evolve. Thanks for tuning in and thanks for sticking around. I appreciate and respect your time. 

That’s it folks! Thanks for listening! 

I hope you are maintaining your physical distance from your friends and loved ones for now and yet also engaging in social connectivity.

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