The Bulletboys have made a name for themselves with their loud guitars, boisterous vocals, and shredding solos and that tradition continues with their new song and video Holy F*ck through Rock Avenue Records USA. The song was written by guitarist Ira Black and singer Marq Torien, produced, and mixed by Black, and mastered by multi-Grammy award mastering engineer Howie Weinberg.

The band’s current line-up is somewhat of a metal supergroup featuring founding member vocalist Marq Torien with guitarist Ira Black (former Lizzy Borden, Metal Church, Dokken), bassist Brad Lang (former Y&T), and drummer Fred Aching (Powerflo).

“I am so excited and proud of this amazing and rad song. We have been working diligently on presenting a new body of work to all of our fans that have been so loyal and loving to me and us all these years. In life God closes doors and opens up new doors to walk thru with grace, excitement, and passion!! I am so blessed to have an amazingly awesome & magical band that will blow everyone’s mind.” says Torien.

“I’m super stoked to unveil our new video/single to the World! We, as a band started planning this a few days after our first show together, and it’s absolutely incredible to see it coming to fruition. We assembled the perfect team of people to make it all happen and I’m grateful to everyone involved in the planning, execution, and belief in our vision! Also, a perfect title for the state of the World…Holy F*ck. Brace yourself,” says Black.

The song premiered on the Heidi and Frank Morning Show on 95.5 KLOS Los Angeles and is available on all major streaming platforms: Spotify, Apple and iHeart.

Upcoming shows:

July 14 at Picktown Palooza in Pickerington, OH

July 15 at The Canyon in Agoura Hills, CA

July 16 at The Canyon in Santa Clarita, CA

July 22 at The Canyon in Montclair, CA

July 30 at Beaver Dam Amphitheater in Kentucky

Bulletboys originally formed in 1986 in Los Angeles, CA and have released nine studio albums. They are best known for their mega-hits Smooth Up In Ya, For The Love Of Money, Kissin Kitty” and Hard As A Rock which debuted and became number one in rotation on MTV between 1988 and 1991. The band was featured on the certified double-platinum soundtrack for Wayne’s World in 1992; Beerfest in 2006 and Hot Tub Time Machine in 2010. They released their eighth album Elefante in 2015 which featured the hit Symphony and their ninth album From Out Of The Skies in 2018.

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5 Responses

  1. Nothing against the new guys, but BB is quickly becoming Quiet Riot. And I think Demo Lovato beat you to the punch guys on the song title. 🙂

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