On the heels of the recent announcement of the release of the upcoming album, Beasto Blanco; the band comprised of Chuck Garric (long time Alice Cooper bassist) on guitars and vocals, Calico Cooper on vocals, Brother Latham on guitars, Jan LeGrow on bass and Sean Sellers on drums, have released the first music video from the upcoming album. “The Seeker” is the first single from the upcoming album We Are and the music video marks the directorial debut by Calico Cooper. The video also features Jerrell Lee and Aleksandar Popavic, formerly of the STARZ series POWER, and Wednesday 13. The video for “The Seeker” can be seen below:
Beasto Blanco will release their 3rd studio album We Are on May 24, 2019 via Rat Pak Records. We Are is the follow up album to their highly successful 2016 self-titled sophomore release Beasto Blanco. Produced by Ryan Greene, the new album is available for pre-order in various bundle configurations including vinyl, cassette and hand autographed CD’s at: www.ratpakrecords.com/BeastoBlanco.
Influenced by bands such as White Zombie and Motorhead, Beasto Blanco’s music is a potent mix of heavy riffs, driving bass and melodic choruses. From the album opener “The Seeker” to the closer “I See You In It,” it is clear that Beasto Blanco wear their influences on their sleeve. Tracks like “Solitary Rave,” “Perception of Me” and “We Got This” showcase that vocal interplay between Garric and Cooper, something that separates Beasto Blanco from these influences. A bonus version CD and digital downloads will feature a bonus track “Halcyon.”
The track listing for We Are is:
1. The Seeker
2. Solitary Rave
3. Ready To Go
5. Perception Of Me
6. Let’s Rip
7. Half Life
8. We Got This
9. Follow The Bleed
10. I See You In It
11. Halcyon (Bonus-track CD & Download versions)
Beasto Blanco will be touring U.S and Canada in support of We Are opening for Halestorm and Palaye Royale. The tour begins April 18th at the Verizon Center in Mankato, MN and takes the band through spring with additional headlining shows, as well as an appearance at this years Rocklahoma.
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