WARRANT - Video Of Live Jam With JANI LANE's Brother ERIC OSWALD
April 20, 2017, 10 months ago
Warrant has posted video footage of Eric Oswald - the brother of original vocalist Jani Lane, who passed away in 2011 - jamming with them on stage; fans will surely cherish this special moment:
In other news, Warrant has filmed a pair of video ads for upcoming shows in Tacoma, Washington and Las Vegas, Nevada; check them out:
To view Warrant's complete tour schedule, click here.
Warrant have released a video for their cover of Merle Haggard’s “I Think I'll Just Stay Here And Drink”, included as a bonus track on the band’s new studio album, Louder Harder Faster, to be released on May 12th. Watch the new clip below. Also available for streaming below is the album track, "Devil Dancer".
Under their belt, Warrant has eight million records sold worldwide, two Top Ten Billboard albums, five Top 40 Billboard hits, five #1 MTV videos... the list goes on and on. Now, six years after the release of Rockaholic, the album that relaunched the band as a force to be reckoned with in the 21st Century, Warrant returns with another slab of muscular hard rock, aptly titled Louder Harder Faster, to be released on May 12th.
With a lineup featuring original members, Erik Turner, Jerry Dixon, Joey Allen, and Steven Sweet along with singer Robert Mason (Lynch Mob, Cry Of Love), Warrant are now stronger than ever. Mason's vocals remain a breath of fresh air and his swagger on the songs gives new life and a bright future to the band. With production handled by Foreigner and ex-Dokken bass player Jeff Pilson (Last In Line, Starship, Adler's Appetite, etc.), Warrant is sounding tighter and playing better than ever before. Louder Harder Faster, true to the band's roots, is full of rockers with some classic ballads thrown in and will surely send their faithful fans into a frenzy.
Erik Turner says, “You can hear and feel the emotions of the last 25 + years of being in this band poured into LHF. The fun and the frustrations, the pleasure and the pain... a whole lot of blood, sweat, tears and beers went into the making of this album. Love it or hate it, its the real f'ckn deal, 100% pure melodic hard rock. Hand crafted by five musicians who dedicated their lives to music when they were just little kids with big dreams."
Jerry Dixon adds, "Louder Harder Faster is truly one of our best records to date. It has all the classic Warrant ingredients that people have come to know, plus a lot of extras that keep it in the modern realm of todays music. It's a perfect mix between Balls and Ballads. When we started this project over two years ago, we wanted to bring the listener back to the days of sitting in the living room and cranking up a record from start to finish. Making full records seems to be a lost art, we hope in some small way that this album helps people find that art again."
Warrant was one of the most popular and successful rock bands to emerge out of Hollywood, CA in the late 80's and early 90's. The band was formed in the early 80's by Erik Turner and Jerry Dixon. In 1989, Warrant released their classic debut Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich, which immediately entered the charts and launched the hit singles "Down Boys”, “Sometimes She Cries", and "Heaven", which climbed up to number two on the US charts. With extensive touring for DRFSR, sales exceeded 2 million records in the US.
In the summer of 1990, their second album Cherry Pie was released. The album turned out to be an even bigger success, featuring the Top Ten hits "I Saw Red", "Uncle Toms Cabin" and the rock anthem "Cherry Pie", which received massive airplay on MTV and continues to get millions of plays on streaming services and YouTube to this very day.
Warrant's signature style of rock is catchy, very melodic, and remains the band's calling card. The band is fired up and more inspired than ever musically! The band will be out touring in support of Louder Harder Faster, so be sure to catch them when they hit your town.
Louder Harder Faster tracklisting:
“Louder Harder Faster”
“Only Broken Heart”
“U In My Life
“Choose Your Fate”
“Let It Go”
“I Think I'll Just Stay Here and Drink” (Bonus Track available on CD only)
“I Think I'll Just Stay Here and Drink” video:
“Only Broken Heart”:
Robert Mason - lead vocals
Joey Allen - lead and rhythm guitar
Erik Turner - rhythm and lead guitar
Jerry Dixon - bass guitar
Steven Sweet - drums