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Quiet Riot
Submitted by Johan Wippsson on 2017-07-26
Quiet Riot Premiere Video For "Can't Get Enough"

Quiet Riot continues their historic journey in 2017 with their new album, "Road Rage". Led by drummer Frankie Banali, who is joined by veteran bassist Chuck Wright (who has been in and out of the band since 1982), guitarist Alex Grossi (who has been in the band since 2004), and new vocalist James Durbin, the band continues to be an unstoppable force in the rock 'n roll world.  "Road Rage" is set for release August 4, 2017 via Frontiers Music Srl.

Today, Quiet Riot has released their first new music video in almost 30 years. That's right, it has been nearly 30 years since the release of Quiet Riot's last music video.  Today, that changes with the release of the video for "Can't Get Enough."  Watch it HERE:

Of the song, Banali told Billboard, "Musically, it is a very straight-ahead, driving rock song with great melodies in the tradition of Quiet Riot."

Listen to the first two singles from "Road Rage" at the links below:

* "Freak Flag" HERE.

* "Wasted" HERE.

Order the album here: or at the links below




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All digital pre-orders come with an instant download of "Freak Flag," "Wasted," and "Can't Get Enough"

Follow the band on Spotify to be alerted when the album is released and to add "Freak Flag," "Wasted" and "Can't Get Enough" to your favorite playlists:


"Road Rage" was originally scheduled for release in the spring of 2017, but with the injection of new found energy for the band with the addition of American Idol alumni James Durbin in the vocalist slot, the band decided to scrap the original sessions and record the album with the new and improved line-up. The results are everything QUIET RIOT fans could have hoped for!


Musically, "Road Rage" offers exactly what you would expect from QUIET RIOT. Arena ready hard rock with strong hooks and infectious riffs, along with maturity in the songwriting that only a band with such a history and pedigree can offer.


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