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The Rods Release New Album “Live At Rose Hall”


Live at Rose Hall” by The Rods was independently released by the band on May 19, 2023.


The Rods – “Live at Rose Hall” , is an incendiary performance captured live on the unforgettable night of July 15, 2022, at Rose Hall in their hometown of Cortland, New York. The release includes an assemblage of classic The Rods tunes like, ”I Just Wanna Rock”, “Too Hot To Stop”, “Hurricane”, “Power Lover”, and more. “Live at Rose Hall” provides listeners with the kind of bombastic aural assault that The Rods are known for all over the world. Featuring veteran members David “Rock” Feinstein (guitar/vocals) and Carl Canedy (drums), “Live at Rose Hall” is also the debut feature-length performance of Freddy Villano (bass/backing vocals). The Rods drummer Carl Canedy comments: “The Rose Hall gig was our first with Freddy, our new bassist. I had it recorded for both audio and video. We are all really proud of it. I thought releasing it would be a great way to show everyone that The Rods are alive and well and kicking ass”.



The Rods – “Live at Rose Hall” track-list:

1. “Brotherhood of Metal”

2. “Louder Than Loud”

3. “Evil in Me”

4. “I Just Want to Rock”

5. “Violation”

6. “Rabid Thunder” (Drum Solo)

7. “Too Hot to Stop”

8. Guitar Solo

9. “Hurricane”

10. “Ride Free or Die”

11. “Cold Sweat and Blood”

12. “I Was Born to Rock”

13. “Power Lover”

14. “Crank It Up”

1. “Brotherhood of Metal”

2. “Louder Than Loud”

3. “Evil in Me”

4. “I Just Want to Rock”

5. “Violation”

6. “Rabid Thunder” (Drum Solo)

7. “Too Hot to Stop”

8. Guitar Solo

9. “Hurricane”

10. “Ride Free or Die”

11. “Cold Sweat and Blood”

12. “I Was Born to Rock”

13. “Power Lover”

14. “Crank It Up”


The album was mixed and mastered by Nate Horton. “Live at Rose Hall” is best played louder than loud, so Crank It Up!

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