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Löve Razër - Border City Rebels (2018)

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1 	Outlaw 	3:11
2 	Too Hot To Handle 	3:53
3 	Venom 	4:29
4 	Lifeline 	4:19
5 	Trip To Nowhere 	3:22
6 	Stuck Under You 	4:03
7 	Partied Out Freak 	3:46
8 	Toxic Tears 	4:08

Sydney Snow - Vocals
Micky Bonez - Guitar & Backup Vocals 
Metal Mike - Bass & Backup Vocals 
Crissy Stixx - Drums & Backup Vocals

 

Sleaze Roxx recently interviewed Löve Razër bassist Metal Mike who advised how the group came up with its album cover for Border City Rebels as he stated: “So [lead vocalist] Sydney [Snow] reached out to — her name is Gisele Ippoliti. She actually did artwork for Hardcore Superstar and a bunch of other sleaze rock bands. Sydney had been following her for a while and was like, “Guys, we got to get her to do our artwork.” He sent us some examples and we were like, “Of course.” We all thought of the idea, you know, to be on a train and in the background you can kind of see Detroit and the Embassy Bridge, which is on the border of Detroit and Windsor. It just looks like mayhem basically right? So we gave her those ideas and we gave her art features. I wear like art make-up. Bonez’s guitar. We gave her all that stuff. The first draft, she said, “Hey. Do you guys like this?” And we were like, “Yes, we do.” She did a really good job of that.”

Metal Mike continued: “This time, we’ve gone a very different route for the cover. And that’s exactly why we wanted to do that. It’s something different. It’s something to get excited about. You know because we have so many live pictures. I just feel that you can go on social media and look at those all day but artwork is something that is unique and that took time and a lot of patience to get it right. We wanted to do something that our fans would appreciate.” ---sleazeroxx.com

We are the band Löve Razër and we are on a musical quest to bring back the flash and high energy to rock 'n' roll! We are from Windsor, ON and we are excited about what is ahead.

 

This all started through an online ad when Micky Bonez was looking for someone to start an 80's tribute band with. Metal Mike got in touch and they quickly became brothers of rock and knew they needed to start writing original music asap. As the drummer of the tribute band was unable to give time to live music, he sent Crissy Stixx our way. Our first gig with Crissy was perfect. Watching him play drums in his own unique way while looking like an animal behind the kit, we knew we found our drummer. After trying out countless singers with no luck, on the very last day before our online ad was about to expire, someone replied saying to look no further as he was our guy. We all kind of laughed it off and didn't have our hopes up too high. One week later as we were setting up our gear for rehearsal, Sydney Snow burst through the door (without even knocking) and said "Hey boys i'm here to sing." Not only did he have the perfect look, but his voice was the perfect fit. It has been a brotherhood ever since.

In less than one year we have won the Jack Daniels Supporting Act Contest, recorded a 3 song EP, shot a music video, opened for the legendary Gilby Clarke (Ex Guns 'n' Roses), BulletBoys, Enuff Znuff and Tracii Guns. We have also embarked on many headling shows throughout Ontario making many loyal fans. We are excited to pursue our dreams and try to be the voice of our generation in rock 'n' roll music. ---loverazer.com

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