Aussie punk rockers Dangerous! will release their new single, 'Movers N Shakers' on Monday 12th September 2011, just one week before their debut album, 'Teenage Rampage' will be released, on the 19th, through Epitaph Records.
The band are known for their original records that suit the raucous energy of their songs and this one is no exception. The music video is shown as home video style footage of an unruly teenage party, with sex, drugs and rock and roll, attended by none other than the Grim Reaper; it is every bit as loud and rowdy as the song itself.
'Teenage Rampage' was recorded in Los Angeles, with help from the Grammy nominated producer Ulrich Wild, who has previously worked with bands such as Deftones and Pantera. It was mixed by Marc McClusky, who has worked in the past with the rock legends Weezer.
Dangerous! will be performing the UK with a series of dates throughout this month which include a support slot with the bands 'Young Guns' and 'Japanese Voyeurs' and a co-headline run with the 'James Cleaver Quintet'. The band will also hold a special Album Release Party at Notting Hill Arts Club on 20th September. The full dates are as follows:
09/09 Aberdeen - Lemon Tree
10/09 Glasgow - QMU
11/09 Inverness - Ironworks
12/09 Newcastle - Northumbria University
14/09 Manchester - Academy 2
15/09 Birmingham - HMV Institute
16/09 London - HMV Forum
20/09 London - Notting Hill Arts Club - Album Release
21/09 Guildford - Boilerooms
22/09 Bath - Moles
23/09 Turnbridge Wells - Forum
24/09 Swansea - Sin City
25/09 Crewe - The Box
26/09 Wrexham - Central Station
28/09 Hull - Fruit
29/09 High Wycombe - SU
30/09 Southampton - Unit
01/10 Kingston - Fighting Cocks
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