French Fast & Dirty Rockers Iron Bastards Unveil New Music Video for “Rock O’Clock”
To celebrate the reissue of their second and filthy album ‘Fast & Dangerous’ for Limited LP Edition through Hell Prod (Los Disidentes del Sucio Motel), the French fast & dirty rockers Iron Bastards have unveiled a brand new official music video for the song “Rock O’Clock” available right now on YouTube.
‘Fast & Dangerous’ is also available for CD and Digital through FDA Rekotz while the full album is still up for full stream on Bandcamp.
Old school Rock with a modern view : The Iron Bastards play a fast and dirty rock’n’roll. Energetic, aggressive, motivated, the Bastards give heavy and powerful shows that will make your ears bleed! Founded in 2013, the band played fast from the beginning but also worked fast and released their two first records in 2014 (‘Boogie woogie sessions’ and ‘Wasteland’) before beginning to work on a full-length album. Tons of high-energy gigs later, Iron Bastards released ‘Boogie woogie violence’ in 2015.
Less than two years after their first album, the Bastards released their second full-length record with ‘Fast & Dangerous’
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