CASTLE BLACK – New Roller Coaster Single ‘SIERRA’ By Committed Brooklyn Trio Reflects Today’s Ongoing Struggle For Life…

Daily fuel to load your sonic batteries…

25 June 2018

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Band: CASTLE BLACK

Who: “A Brooklyn-based rock trio, bringing a powerful and thunderous sound, full of hard-hitting jams, never sacrificing the hook. Aggressive female vocals, roaring drums, canny bass and guitar-forward jams collide, staying in your head for days on end.”

Track: SIERRA – “a powerfully reflective social commentary, and stand against violence
and injustices in the world. Inspired by the daily struggles that women face in Sierra Leone, singer/vocalist Leigh Celent wrote the track as a reflection piece to stand up and speak for others who may not have a voice worldwide.”

Score: this is a slow/fast/slow/fast eruption feeling like life itself. Tumultuous,
uncontrollable and merciless. Like a non-stop roller coaster with jubilant ups and depressive downs, balancing between disillusionment, hope and joy. I guess we’ll
never know when this troubled planet will become a livable place for everyone
regardless gender, colour or religion. ‘Sierra‘ is a significant sonic reflection of
our modern struggle for life. Find out why right here, right now…


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CASTLE BLACK:  Website – Facebook –  Twitter

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Revenues of sales of SIERRA via Bandcamp are going to a charity called No Means No Worldwide which focuses on sexual violence intervention, awareness and empowerment of individuals. The song comes as the first single off the band’s fourth studio EP ‘The Gods That Adored You’ out this Friday, 29 June

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