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Guitarz Forever Press Release
July 02, 2008
Hey Guitar Fans

The New Release Date on ANT HILL Records - The long-awaited debut CD The Screamin’ Lords

‘Long Live Me’ – Ant Hill Records

"This CD screams of pure rock at its finest!"

This album JUST ROCKS PERIOD ... Guitar-oriented style, in the genre of Judas Priest, Deep Purple, Dokken, AC/DC, UFO, Fastway… Ballsy, but bluesy, this CD screams of pure rock at its finest.

“If you dig a serious seek-and-destroy approach to rock 'n' roll, you'll get the goods on the debut album from The Screamin' Lords. Commandeering a broad swath of rock 'n roll turf, the Lords reign with a potent blend of guitar fury and relentless rhythm. They're got the firepower for shred-worthy missives like "Fire in the Blue Sky" and the title track "Long Live Me," as well as the restraint and dynamics to conjure the simmering menace of "Evil," my personal favorite. Long live The Screamin' Lords.”

John Levy – Guitar Player Magazine

The Screamin Lords are a new and explosive rock band out of L.A. What's more they are fully loaded with meaty morsels of screamin’ metal too. This mob is busting at the seams with extremely talented, professionally well established musicians. Simply put, Bands like this have been missing from the hard rock music scene for a long time. Recommended if you like: Hard Rockin’ Metal Music with Awesome Guitar Riffs and Arena Rock Antics.

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***Check out this awesome line-up:*** Jose Ferro, Bassist - Dustin Boyer, Guitar - Jason Gile, Guitar - Chris Collier, Drummer

“This album brings the past and the future together in one sweeping moment, leaving you breathless and gasping for air. That's when you realize that "You are in the NOW! So Rock on…” - Scott Thomas (Editor Guitarz Forever .com)

Jose Ferro founder of the Screamin’ Lords pulls out all the stops on this rock masterpiece. “The concept for the band was to have a core group of top musicians” says Jose. The Rock Ace took his core of top notch musicians and his personal favorite guest artist on a true hard rock odyssey. “In return we get a true musical gem.”

Guest Musician’s

Kelly Keeling, Vocals * Robin McAuley, Lead Vocals * George Lynch, Lead Guitar * Chris Poland, Lead Guitar * Gus G., Lead Guitar * Loren Molinare, RhythmGuitar - The CD ‘Long Live Me’ was mixed by MUDROCK (Godsmack, Avenge Sevenfold)

More Reviews and Qoutes:

"The full-tilt rock & roll attack from this foursome, complete with searing, old-school soloing, is something to behold." - Music Connection.com

The Screamin' Lords - "Long Live Me is a fabulous trip back to the days when "sex, drugs, and rock and roll" meant much, much more than an "edgy" phrase emblazoned upon t-shirts for sale at Target." - Michael Molenda, Editor In Chief - Guitar Player

"For an eight-tracker, this album is 100% switched on. No time or room for soppy ballads, just head-on rock n roll. Taking riffs out of the yesteryear songbooks, you'll feel right at home if classic rock a la Judas Priest, AC/DC, Aerosmith and Ted Nugent is your bag." - Hardrock Hideout.com

"The Screamin' Lords bring the past and the future together in one sweeping moment, leaving you breathless and gasping for air. That's when you realize that... You are in the NOW!" Scott Thomas - Guitarz Forever.com

"If you want to relive the glory years when rock music was at its commercial peak then look no further than Long Live Me. They may be new to the scene, but The Screamin' Lords have nailed down a sound that made countless groups superstars in the early 90s. 'Long live' The Screamin' Lords, because I can't wait for their next release!" - Sleaze Roxx.com

"Final verdict, Solid stuff with a great production." - Urban "Wally" Wallstrom Rock United.com

"If you dig a serious seek-and-destroy approach to rock 'n' roll, you'll get the goods on the debut album from The Screamin' Lords." John Levy – Guitar Player Magazine

"Long Live Me" is the embodiment of hard rock, with all the power, sleaze, and vitality you need...and jaw-dropping guitar solos. F**kin' A." - Charlie "Gnarly" Steffens - KNAC.COM

"This is just a pure no frills kick ass rock n roll band with no jump metal, no trends and just plain kicked my ass. The tunes are catchy, but still heavy and melodic and I am a sucker for a good riff and this had great riff after great riff." - Ball Buster Hard Music.com

"Bombastic! The word that comes to mind while I was cranking the Screamin' Lords CD. The songs and the musicianship kicks ass!" Erik Turner – Guitarist WARRANT

Inzane.com THE SCREAMIN' LORDS - "LONG LIVE ME (2007)"

SUPERSTARZ: FEATURING MSG'S ROBIN McAULEY AND BATON ROUGE'S KELLY KEELING!!! TURN IT UP, 110% ALL HARDROCK RELEASE FEATURES TWO OF THE LARGEST NAMES IN THE HISTORY OF BALLZ TO THE WALLZ ROCK!!! 7 TRACKS WITH VOCALIS KELLY KEELING AND AN 8'TH WITH ROBIN McAULEY, "THE" VOICE BEHIND THE 3 LARGE SELLING 90'S "MSG" TITLES!!! NO BALLADS, JUST NO TIME FOR THEM... INTO "BADLANDS" OR "MR. BIG"??? THIS IS SNAPPY AND JUST FOR YOU...

Given a modern day production job, the environment may have been pristine for the recording of this album, but the guitars sound rough and ready on 'Long Live Me'. Sure to be around for awhile to come, welcome to The Screamin' Lords. Get out there and check 'em out at a gig near you! - Glory Daze.com

Sleeze Roxx.com This is the third year that I've compiled a list of my favorite CDs, and so far this has been the hardest one to do. There was so much great music in 2007 that narrowing the list down to just ten was almost impossible. I thought about expanding to 20 albums, and even adding some honorable mentions, but finally decided to keep things as they were - simple and too the point.

2007 was an eventful year for hard rock fans, with the return of many hair metal musicians and the loss of several others. It seems like every band that ever dreamed of making it big during metal's 80s reign has decided to return to recapture some of their former magic. However you can't overlook the endless stream of new groups rising from the ashes, of which the majority seem to hail from Sweden. If exceptional CDs by Great White and Adrenaline Factor failed to make the grade, then you know just how great 2007 was for hard rock fans!

10. THE SCREAMIN' LORDS - Long Live Me CD Review - Band Website

The Screamin' Lords come second to only Crazy Lixx when it comes to capturing the sound of the 80s metal/hard rock heyday. And helping this new band capture that sound are vocalists Kelly Keeling (Baton Rouge) and Robin McAuley (MSG), two veterans from that time frame. It is great to see a hungry new band squeeze out the best from some long forgotten veterans. Last year McAuley helped the Demon Angels to manage that feat, and this year he does it again with The Screamin' Lords.



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