Melbourne rock n rollers Electric Mary have returned with their first new music since their 2019 album Mother.
‘The King Of Rock n Roll’ follows the trials and tribulations of an ageing almost-rockstar clinging on to whatever relevance he can in the modern world.
What you need to know
- Melbourne rockers Electric Mary have returned with a new single
- ‘The King Of Rock n Roll’ is their first new music since 2019
- There is no information as-yet on a forthcoming album or tour, although there have been hints
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While on writing trip to New York, vocalist & songwriter, Rusty Brown, visited the Jimi Hendrix founded Electric Lady Recording Studios. It was there that the infamous studio manager “Electric Mary Campbell” entered his life .. story after story of the rock history that wandered through the studio’s had Rusty’s head spinning, his direction was clear, and it now had a name “Electric Mary”.
Over their decade and a half long career, Electric Mary have shared the world’s stages with some of the most revered names in hard rock including Whitesnake, Judas Priest, Deep Purple, Kiss, Alice Cooper, Motorhead, Def Leppard and many more.
2008’s album, Down To The Bone received rave reviews around the world, including Rock Album Of The Year ahead of releases by Metallica and Queen by the UK’s Birmingham Mail.
In 2014, the band released The Last Great Hope mini album. Next came their live album Alive in HELLDorado which was recorded over 2 Sold Out nights in The Basque Country in Spain. Mixed in Texas by American Producer The Machine (White Zombie, Clutch and King Crimson).
In 2019 The Mary’s released their fourth studio long player Mother, followed by another international tour.
After nearly 15 years, four studio albums, a live album, three EPs, dozens of American and European tours, broken teeth, broken bones and broken records, the Mary’s roll on.