Frontiers Music Srl has announced the signing of Stephen Pearcy for the release of his fourth original solo album Smash.

Pearcy, best known as the original vocalist and founding member of the platinum rock band Ratt, has been working hard to complete his highly anticipated disc while at the same time keeping busy performing shows across the U.S.

“I am very happy with the new music and the diversity of the songs,” he says. “It’s taken some time. I’m sure all the fans will be excited too. Also, to be involved with the Frontiers Music Srl family is way cool.”

The good news is that the first taste of new music has been already made available! Check out I Can’t Take It below.

Due in early 2017, Smash will be mixed and mastered by none other than the legendary Beau Hill, the producer of Ratt’s first four albums, among many other hit records.

Stephen will support the album with live dates in the U.S. and internationally.


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  • Joe Smith on

    RATT was one of my favorite bands for many, many years. But I can’t get into that song at all.

  • elliot goldberg on

    it sounds like bad 38 special. not so special.

    • Doug R. on

      Whoa! This might be the first time Elliot & I have disagreed, well, except for Led Zeppelin! Bad 38 Special? Elliot, 38 Special (IMO of course) never made a bad song! I don’t really think “I Can’t Take It” sounds anything like any 38 Special song. I hate country music, but I LOVE southern rock, especially 38 Special! 😉 Right up there with Molly Hatchet.

    • brian cutts on

      I couldn’t quit find the description but Elliot you nailed it… Not Special at all. It’s flat sounding vocals and lackluster lyrics sung over a live sounding band that actually plays pretty well, probably could be a good band if they had an original sounding vocalist. Nothing new or original sounding at all, but could be worse it could be Blotzers Ratt cover band

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