Monday, October 14, 2013

TRUCKER DIABLO Debuts New Video/Single "Maybe You're The One"

TRUCKER DIABLO release their third and riskiest single and video to date in "Maybe You're The One," taken from their Ripple Music release Songs of Iron. A powerful ballad that retains the heaviness that the band is known for, but shows a more dynamic side that shows their diversity.

Ireland's dirty rock n' rollers TRUCKER DIABLO gained a huge following after storming the stages of countless festivals this summer, giving their ever-growing legions of fans many chances to come out, rock out and party with the boys. The summer found the rowdy rockers sharing the stage with such luminaries as The Answer, Saxon, Michael Schenker, Magnum, FM and Anvil.

Now, debuting on, check out the latest video from TRUCKER DIABLO. See the video for "Maybe You're the One" BELOW.

Heavy melodies firmly planted on a foundation of steamroller rock n' roll aggression is the fuel behind Northern Ireland export, TRUCKER DIABLO. Songs of Iron picks up where the band's breakthrough hit album, The Devil Rhythm left off, blasting listeners with the sonic fury of modern heavy rock mixed with a road worn southern swagger. After releasing two viral videos ("Drink Beer, Destroy," and "Voodoo") taking the stage at Hard Rock Hell, Download, and opening for The Foo Fighters amongst others, TRUCKER DIABLO surged to new heights of popularity in 2012. Now 2013 finds the band upon their international acclaim by cranking out another set of pile-driving melodic rockers. Songs of Iron, ups the ante on heaviness, crunching guitars and sing-along chorus, and is sure to please TRUCKER fans the world over, new and old.

Meanwhile,TRUCKER DIABLO's latest album for Ripple Music, Songs of Iron, is still garnering tremendous press and radio play.  Songs of Iron and TRUCKER DIABLO's critically-hailed Ripple Music debut, The Devil Rhythm, are available in the Ripple Store.

Oct 24 - Grimsby @ Yardbirds
Oct 25 - Sheffield @ Corporation
Oct 26 @ Bully On Rocks festival, France
Oct 27 - London @ Nambucca


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