Australia’s AARDVARK premiere new monitor 


Aardvark premiere the brand new monitor “Hearth”. The monitor is the second to be revealed from the band’s extremely anticipated debut album, Robust Love, set for worldwide launch on March fifteenth by way of Dying Victims Productions. Hear Aardvark‘s “Hearth” in its entirety completely:

To not be confused with the cult ’70s prog band, Australia’s Aardvark are a basic heavy steel quartet hailing from Melbourne. Born from a want to deliver the lots along with the biting forces of energy and honesty, Aardvark goal to show there may be weight to sincerity and power in vulnerability. The band’s twin-guitar assault retains fists pumping with tough-yet-melodic riffs, whereas their thunderous rhythm part drives the tank ahead with unyielding brawn.

Shaped in 2021, Aardvark burst onto the Australian heavy steel scene seemingly out of nowhere with an more and more packed weekly residency on the iconic Tote Resort in August 2023, adopted shortly by a sold-out launch present for his or her debut 7″ single. The Aardvark hasn’t slowed down since, with a blistering run of native reveals and upcoming helps in 2024 for Cirith Ungol and Riot Metropolis.

Now that tank is able to plow down the gates with the debut album Robust Love. With its cowl artwork encapsulating all their central themes, Robust Love proves the total potential of Aardvark and that the band is nice on their phrase. With 9 tracks clocking in at 44 minutes, Robust Love is a compendium of songs that current a troublesome, masculine vulnerability, a mix of non-public anthems and legendary journeys that supply a pertinent distinction of escapism and self-reflection. With a sound someplace between NWOBHM and conventional heavy steel, Robust Love goals to affect with a mixture of mid-tempo rockers, poignant ballads, and attacking pace. Reverential to the previous however not at all blinkered by it, Aardvark inject their very own persona and panache into 1983-vintage heavy steel: moody, melodic, dynamic, and dashing. If Conan the Barbarian might shed a tear, he’d do it listening to Robust Love!

Hear for your self with the brand-new monitor “Hearth” completely HERE, courtesy of Additionally hear the beforehand revealed “Battle Again” completely HERE, courtesy of Deaf Eternally journal. Cowl and tracklisting are as follows:

Tracklisting for Aardvark (Australia)’s Robust Love
1. Ankh
2. Robust Love
3. Don’t Name Me a Liar
4. Hearth
5. Destructor
6. Battle Again
7. Killer
8. The Dream is Practically Over
9. Too Outdated to Cry



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