Hardcore Superstar – Release New Video “Baboon”

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A loud, angry, anti-social primate with large teeth, and aggressive tendencies . . . Additionally a loud, angry single and video by Swedish Rock Legends ‘HARDCORE SUPERSTAR’ who are also known for their anti-social behaviour and aggressive tendencies.

2018 is proving to be wild year for the Swedish purveyors of Street Metal as they shape up to release their highly anticipated new album “You Can’t Kill My Rock N’ Roll” through GAIN Music Entertainment on September 21st2018.

So far this year the band have enjoyed massive radio success and critical acclaim with the release of their first three singles, “Have Mercy On Me”,
“Bring The House Down” and “Electric Rider” and they are now about to cause even more mayhem and frenzy with their new single and video for “Baboon”.

Recorded at the beautiful Österlyckan Studios just outside of Gothenburg, “Baboon” is the perfect mixture of aggression, attitude and debauchery, all the things we come to expect from a HARDCORE SUPERSTAR release, and for the video, the band have once again partnered with the acclaimed Swedish filmmaker Max Ljungberg to produce a hilarious 70’s cop themed promo, complete with car chases, shoot outs and powdered donuts!

The single will be available on all digital platforms May 18th and will be followed up as an exclusive, limited edition 7″ vinyl single.

Since the debut album was unleashed in 1998, Hardcore Superstar have crossed the globe multiple times sharing stages with Rock and Metal Royalty including AC/DC, Aerosmith, Kiss and Motörhead. They have also performed at the world’s largest and most distinguished Rock Festivals such as Wacken, Download, Loudpark, and SwedenRock to name just a few.

More dates have been added to the bands current, highly successful tour including a tour of Australia and the fun doesn’t stop there as there are more dates to add and countries to visit that will be announced soon.

You Can’t Kill My Rock N’ Roll Tour

Apr 27 Katalin And All That Jazz, Uppsala, Sweden
May 11 Fabriken Denim & Leather Rock Club, Jönköping, Sweden
May 12 Halmstad Live, Halmstad, Sweden
May 19-20 Radio Rock Cruise, Finland
May 25 Backstage Rock Bar, Varberg, Sweden
Jun 6 Sweden Rock, Norje, Sweden
Jun 7 Malt Generation Music Festival, Milan, Italy
Jun 8 Garage Sound Festival, Madrid, Spain
Jun 14 Oxford Art Factory, Sydney, Australia
Jun 15 Prince Bandroom, Melbourne, Australia
Jun 16 Woolly Mammoth, Brisbane, Australia
Jun 17 Fowlers Live, Adelaide, Australia
Jul 20 Rockfesten i Kungsträdgården, Stockholm, Sweden
Jul 27-28 Q-Stock Festival, Oulu, Finland

2018 is the bands 20th anniversary as a recording and touring artist and the celebrations will include some very special events. Stay tuned!

“Baboon” was released on May 18th 2018, via GAIN Music Entertainment.

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