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CRAZY LIXX Make New Song ‘Walk The Wire’ Available For Streaming
April 10th, 2017

Malmö, Sweden-based hard rock band Crazy Lixx have made the track ‘Walk The Wire’ available for streaming through YouTube, which can be accessed below.

Crazy Lixx issue fifth full-length studio album Ruff Justice on April 21st, 2017 through Frontiers Music Srl.

Frontman Danny Rexton commented: “We’ve tried the same ‘all killers-no fillers’ approach that we’ve gone for on our previous albums, but this time, more than ever, I think we’ve come close to that vision.”

Ruff Justice will be the first Crazy Lixx album to feature the new line-up with Chrisse Olsson and Jens Lundgren handling guitar duties.

“It does bring a certain feel to the album that I think we’ve been missing since the days of New Religion (2010),” added Rexton. “Once again the whole band pulls in the same direction and the end result, I believe, will be very well received among those who hold New Religion in high regards. If I would compare Ruff Justice to any of our previous albums, that would have to be the one.”

The album was produced by Danny Rexon and Chris Laney, and includes three songs which appear on the Friday The 13th videogame soundtrack; ‘XIII’, ‘Killer’ and ‘Live Before I Die’. Friday the 13th: The Game is an upcoming survival horror video game developed by Gun Media and IllFonic, and published by Gun Media. It is scheduled for release later in 2017 for Microsoft Windows, Xbox One and Playstation 4.

The track listing is as follows:

01. ‘Wild Child’
02. ‘XIII’
03. ‘Walk The Wire’
04. ‘Shot With A Needle Of Love’
05. ‘Killer’
06. ‘Hunter Of The Heart’
07. ‘Snakes In Paradise’
08. ‘If It’s Love’
09. ‘Kiss Of Judas’
10. ‘Live Before I Die’

Crazy Lixx’s line-up is as follows:

Danny Rexon (vocals)
Chrisse Olsson (guitar)
Jens Lundgren (guitar)
Jens Sjöholm (bass)
Joél Cirera (drums)

A music video was filmed for the track ‘Wild Child’, which can be viewed below.

Self-titled fourth studio record was released in November 2014.

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