BROKEN TEETH Share Details Of Upcoming ‘4 On The Floor’ Release; Title Track Video Premiere

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The Texas-based rock ‘n roll terrors Broken Teeth will return with a brand new album, ‘4 On The Floor‘, for the EMP Label Group this Friday, April 21st. The bluesy, high energy rock band which features singer Jason McMaster of such iconic acts as Dangerous Toys, Watchtower, Ignitor and Evil United, is one of underground music’s best kept secrets. Now, after 20 years of fierce live shows and a string of stellar album releases, Broken Teeth are poised for their breakthrough to a much larger audience. That will undoubtedly be helped in part with their teaming with EMP Label Group and their founders, Megadeth bassist David Ellefson and former Corporate Punishment President Thom Hazaert.

Ellefson commented: “I’ve had my eyes and ears on Broken Teeth for a few years now and have a history with singer Jason McMaster. It was only a matter of time until I found a way to partner with them. Given their reputation as a crushing live act, along with their previous string of classic, underground hard-rock albums, I couldn’t be more proud to welcome Broken Teeth to the EMP family and help them share their music with an even wider audience.”

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“4 On The Floor”
“All Or Nothin'”
“Getcha’ Some”
“Borrowed Time (W.O.M.G.)”
“House Of Damnation”
“Let The War Machine Roll”
“Never Dead”
“All Day Sucker”
“Rock Bottom”

Broken Teeth specialize in gritty, balls-out rock n’ roll best described as “AC/DC on amphetamine” in my opinion and ‘4 On The Floor‘ is sure to impress. That impressing can now begin with the Official Video for the new album’s title track streaming below.

Broken Teeth is:

Jason McMaster – vocals
Jared Tuten – guitar
Bruce Rivers – drums
David Beeson – guitar
Robb Lampman – bass

– Pat ‘Riot’ Whitaker


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