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The Black Bullets Unleash New Single/Video ‘When The Devil Comes Knocking’

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UK Rock ‘n’ rollers The Black Bullets are back with another blistering slab of sleazy rock. The much-revered quintet delivered their new single, “When The Devil Comes Knocking,” on Friday (11/16), via Animal Farm.
Five bastard children from hell, The Black Bullets, are the real deal; they live, breathe, and consume Rock ‘n’ Roll. Formed in 2012, The Black Bullets locked together to produce the filthiest Rock n Roll to penetrate human ears. Since their inception, the crew have been handed their share of setbacks from personnel departures and internal fallouts. They have suffered high and lows, and everything in between, but, like a hurricane, with every hurdle thrown in their path, this posse has kicked on and kept on progressing through adversity.
Famed for their impressive recorded work, the hellraisers have also toured throughout the whole of Europe, sharing stages with The Anti Nowhere League, UK Subs, Vibrators, Warrior Soul, The Main Grains, and more recently Love / Hate, Lita Ford, LA Guns, and Michael Monroe. As ever, further shows and touring will support the release of their next single,”When The Devil Comes Knocking,” which lands this November. The band remark about the track “‘When the Devil Comes Knocking’ is a dark tale of star-crossed lovers trapped by temptation and desire in the seedy underbelly of Camden Town. It’s a song for the empty, whiskey-drenched souls, the sad and lonely who’ve danced with the Devil and for those who’ve played dice and rolled a 13.” The band have touring plans in the works, so keep posted with their movements via their social sites.

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