The new release War For The World from FIERCE HEART, available EXCLUSIVELY on DARK STAR RECORDS/SONY/UNIVERSAL, is now available for pre-order at https://smarturl.it/fierceheart.
Rex Carroll is excited by the response to the band's return, stating "Early response to "Built For Speed" has been off the charts! I'm so happy people are digging the record! Can't wait for this record to come out, can't wait to get out and play it live for everybody! Thank you one and all!"
The early response to the first single "Built For Speed" has been fantastic...
"Hooked from the first note. "Built For Speed" is everything I love about rock n roll and I can't wait to hear the album.” - Hard Rock Nights Radio
"If you're looking to recapture the power and the glory of early 80's metal, you're not going to get much closer than Fierce Heart's 'Built For Speed.' Be very careful if you're listening to this one behind the wheel." - Ron Keel
“This throw-back to the Sunset Strip is no surprise given fans have been waiting 35 years for a second album and War For The World delivers the goods with soaring vocals, searing leads and sonic rhythms.” - Bravewords
"Fierce Heart is a very impressive band who does a great job of keeping Hard Rock relevant today. If you like melodic vocals and and strong hooks, you'll be an instant fan!!" - Pat Gesualdo President/CEO Metal Hall of Fame
Into The Sun
Built For Speed
Out For Blood
Just Got Lucky
Lost Inside Your Love
Power To Rock
Rest My Bones
War For The World
Road To Nowhere
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About Fierce Heart
In 1985, Atlantic Records released the debut album from FIERCE HEART. Fronted by the extraordinary talents of guitar icon Rex Carroll, the band received high praise in the music press - Guitar Player Magazine, Billboard, Kerrang, Metal Forces and Guitar For The Practicing Musician.
Then in 1986, Rex Carroll formed the successful group Whitecross and also played in the critically acclaimed band King James while the New singer for Fierce Heart Robert Reynolds headed up the band Grave Danger from L.A.
Following the original Atlantic album release AOR BLVD Records
contacted Rex for an official, sanctioned re release. This project became a springboard, with a performance that followed at the Melodic Rock Festival. Fierce Heart was the surprise hit of the festival with fans turning out in droves, demanding the permanent reformation of the band and a new album.