The New Roses are unstoppable. With their new release "Sweet Poison", the Wiesbaden rockers are going on a big tour again and bring their 80s-influenced stadium rock back on stage with shows that are as energetic as they are atmospheric. Special guest Seraina Telli, one of the most fascinating rock voices in Switzerland, will be on stage with her new band and the #2 album "Simple Talk".
The New Roses are back. After concerts with greats like ZZ Top, Black Stone Cherry, Joe Bonamassa or Die Toten Hosen, tours with outstanding artists like the Scorpions, Saxon, Accept and Tremonti as well as countless club shows as headliners, The New Roses are now probably a household name for every fan of 80s rock. The quartet from the Hessian capital also boarded the legendary Kiss cruise in 2018 and 2019 as the first German band. In October 2022, the troupe around Timmy Rough released their fifth studio album "Sweet Poison". Musically, the band delivers US rock of the finest variety. Bon Jovi in their best days are often mentioned as a reference. There are a lot of rousing stadium hymns, hard riffs and powerful drumming, catchy choruses and distinct melodies alternating with authentic-rocking Americana tracks. And of course The New Roses also show their softer side again. There is a gripping mid-tempo ballad or a touching acoustic piece in which frontman Timmy presents the entire range of his voice with great passion. "Sweet Poison" is an outstanding rock album with an impressive density of hits, in which the band outdoes itself again and again. The online mag "Time For Metal" draws the following conclusion: "The Roses offer a skillful mixture of stadium-ready rock in 80s style, plus emotional acoustic moments and always with a lot of heart in all songs. It goes on and on up the ladder of success and fortunately there is no end in sight." Austrian heavyzine Stormbringer judges, "'Sweet Poison' delivers exactly what the New Roses fan was craving after three years. The band is on a very good way to dare the next step on the career ladder and maybe soon leave the club circuit towards bigger halls. They certainly deserve it."
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