Swedish rockers Crazy Lixx released their fourth album on 7th November. Simply called “Crazy Lixx”, this is the band’s third release through Frontiers Records – following on from “New Religion” and “Riot Avenue”. Their debut album “Loud Minority” is no longer available. There was an interview with lead singer Danny Rexon on the Friday NI Rocks Show on 31st October – this can still be accessed via the On Demand Player or you can read the interview on the website - http://www.rockradioni.co.uk/interviews/1700-ni-rocks-interview-with-danny-rexon-from-crazy-lixx.html


The first single and video from the album is for “Hell Raising Women”. Included on the new album is a re-recording of one of the tracks from their debut album called “Heroes Are Forever”. The next single and video is likely to be a great track called “Call to Action”. Other tracks that I particularly like are “Outlaw” and “Psycho City”.

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The other members of Crazy Lixx are Andy Zata and Edd Liam on guitars, Joel Cirera on drums and Jens Sjoholm on bass. Backing vocals are provided by Matt Leven and Tave Wanning. The latter is the lead singer of Adrenaline Rush and you can check out our interview with her here - http://www.rockradioni.co.uk/interviews/1664-ni-rocks-interview-with-tave-wanning-from-adrenaline-rush.html

Crazy Lixx are included in the line-up for the Hard Rock Hell AOR Festival in March 2015.

For more info on Crazy Lixx check out their website - http://www.crazylixx.com/


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