Quiet Riot will release their new album Hollywood Cowboys, on November 8th through Frontiers Music Srl. and the band has just released the second single from the album Heartbreak City. Listen to it below.

Heartbreak City is all about the over the top huge sound of ’80’s Hollywood Strip rock & roll that made that decade so much fun and had everyone feeling great and invincible,” says drummer Frankie Banali.

Listen to their first single, Don’t Call it Love, here.

Pre-order the album and stream singles at: https://radi.al/HollywoodCowboys | Limited edition 180g, gatefold, color vinyl available exclusively in the Frontiers’ U.S. and EU webstores HERE: http://radi.al/FrontiersMusic
Quiet Riot continues their historic journey with long-time member (first joining in 1982) and drummer Frankie Banali leading the charge. He is joined by bassist Chuck Wright and guitarist Alex Grossi. Vocalist James Durban handles frontman duties on this album, though it was recently announced that James has left to pursue a solo career and former QR frontman Jizzy Pearl (Love/Hate) has returned to the fold. 

Hollywood Cowboys track list:

1. Don’t Call It Love
2. In The Blood
3. Heartbreak City
4. The Devil That You Know
5. Change Or Die
6. Roll On
7. Insanity
8. Hellbender
9. Wild Horses
10. Holding On
11. Last Outcast
12. Arrows And Angels

Album Line-up:

Frankie Banali – drums
Alex Grossi – guitars
Chuck Wright – bass guitar
James Durbin – vocals

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  • Medved on

    So a new album from a cover band whose lead singer and drummer are no longer performing in the band. Put this horse out of it’s misery already Frankie.

    • Rattlehead on

      Spot on, Medved! Quiet Riot died when Dubrow passed away. At least the lead singer left to pursue his own legacy, unlike Frankie, so good for him.

  • genesraccoonwig on

    The art my kids brings home from school is better than this release cover.
    “Heartbreak City” is worse than the album cover.

  • Tyger of Pan Tang on

    Frankie, since you’re checking all the other Spinal Tap boxes, you may as well re-issue the album with a greased naked woman and a dog collar being made to smell the glove.

    Or just totally in black.

  • Doug on

    Durbin made the right choice to leave….he is waaay better than this band.

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