We’d be falling asleep in class from all the touring.” Soon the seasoning at such a young age paid off, when the band caught the attention of Union Entertainment Group, the management team behind multi-platinum selling Canadian Band Nickleback. CINDER ROAD soon found themselves in the studio with veteran producer Marti Frederiksen (Aerosmith, Def Leppard, Ozzy Ozbourne) and the debut album, SUPERHUMAN, was born. “We pinch ourselves every day. It’s been a dream come true,” says Ruocco.
The CD is a mix of High-octane rockers and heartfelt ballads that, according to Ruocco, “Create an experience running the gamut of emotions.” The 11 tracks on SUPERHUMAN are definitely staggering in their passionate range. Ruocco maintains a simple philosophy when it comes to music. “Each song is an extension of my emotions. They’re like my children.” Whatever lies in their future, CINDER ROAD has set their sites high.
That is, if the band’s frontman has anything to say about it. “People go to rock shows to be entertained. They don’t want to hear about politics or look at some depressed kid in a dirty T-shirt. We need to change that.
Remember the big arena rock shows? The days of pyro, big light shows, huge stages, ramps, swings, and all that crazy stuff? We want to bring that back.” They Opened for KISS's ALIVE 35 tour Taken From MySpace.com/CinderRoad Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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