Tuesday, November 15, 2016

RadioBlack Premieres New Video "Nothing Is Permanent"

RadioBlack
Premieres New Video "Nothing Is Permanent"

  

Previously Featured on Consequence of Sound
 
 
Los Angeles, CA - November 15, 2016 - Rock band RadioBlack has premiered a brand new video for their track "Nothing Is Permanent." Fans can check it out now via Substream Magazine, here: https://goo.gl/ldCQ7sCut with footage lead singer TJ Courtney shot following a tornado that tore through his hometown, "Nothing Is Permanent" is a commentary on the things that society takes for granted as indestructible - when they are in fact vulnerable at best. For more information, please visit:www.radioblackband.com.
 
On the new videoCourtney shares"'Nothing is Permanent' is really an assessment of our world today and the shaky foundation of so many things we depend upon. From our technological dependence to the most recent election and campaigns, it's clear we're headed in a strange direction. Many institutions that seem permanent and indestructible are becoming extremely vulnerable."
 
Drummer Derek Gledhill adds: "Even though this song seems to have a pessimistic outlook, we are still optimistic in a lot of ways. As a society we can still steer the ship in a better direction, we just have to pay attention and not become too passive. I'm guilty of it too sometimes. In a lot of ways this song was our own personal wake up call."
 
RadioBlack is lead by singer/guitarist TJ Courtney, whose vocals and melodic songwriting blend grunge and 90's inspired alternative rock. With drummer Derek Gledhill (founding member of Smile Empty Soul) and bassist Hayato Takano, a seasoned touring player, the ensemble makes for a powerhouse trio.
 
Prior to this new line-up, TJ recorded tracks at the Foo Fighters' private recording facility, Studio 606, with producer John "Lou" Lousteau and a lineup of studio players including Taylor Hawkins (Foo Fighters), Rudy Sarzo (Ozzy), Chris Chaney (Jane's Addiction), and Mick Murphy (My Ruin, Chevy Metal). The production team was rounded out by Fireball Ministry front-man and "Sound City" documentary producer Jim Rota, and Brad Smith of Blind Melon. The recordings will be featured on Radioblack's debut album, slated for release in early 2017.
 
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