Roll The Tanks Release Video for “Toeing The Line” Off Upcoming Album

Roll The Tanks

Roll The Tanks is proud to share their lyric video for “Toeing The Line“.  The track is off their debut album Broke Til Midnight out May 27 on Epitaph.

With roots in Lowell, Massachusetts, members Danny Carney, Aaron Stuart, Mike Wakeman, and Joe Sirois now live in Los Angeles. Band practice would occur on Thursdays, and afterwards they would all hang out at a local bar but had to wait to pay bar tabs at 12 AM when their paychecks cleared. Thus the album name Broke TilMidnight was born.

Roll The Tanks is an unpretentious, classic rock inspired “band’s band,” and are primed and ready to carry the torch for energetic, solid rock music. They know the value of a dollar from grinding their days away waiting tables, driving trucks, and working as carpenters to pay the bills so they can dedicate their evenings to honing their already formidable songwriting chops. Music is their passion. And as their name implies, they are prepared to flatten all obstacles.

Broke Til Midnight boasts the bombastic, enthusiastic discovery of early punk, the swagger of ‘70s guitar-driven pop and the straightforward attack of rock’s biggest icons. Broke Till Midnight is a shot across the bow of the underground, injecting a much-needed back-to-basics rock mentality into the world at large.

Fans in the So-Cal area can catch the band in Los Angeles on May 28 at El Cid for their record release show. The track is off their debut album Broke Til Midnight out May 27 on Epitaph.Broke Til Midnight is available for pre-order at https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/broke-til-midnight/id836399867  or at kingsroadmerch/rollthetanks.

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