As previously reported, Warrant will release their new album, Louder Harder Faster, on May 12th. The band is currently streaming the song, Only Broken Heart, which can be heard below.

With a line-up featuring original members, Erik Turner, Jerry Dixon, Joey Allen, and Steven Sweet along with singer Robert Mason (Lynch Mob, Cry of Love), Warrant are now stronger than ever. Mason’s vocals remain a breath of fresh air and his swagger on the songs gives new life and a bright future to the band. With production handled by Foreigner and ex-Dokken bass player Jeff Pilson (Last In Line, Starship, Adler’s Appetite, etc.), Warrant is sounding tighter and playing better than ever before. Louder Harder Faster, true to the band’s roots, is full of rockers with some classic ballads thrown in and will surely send their faithful fans into a frenzy.

Erik Turner says, “You can hear and feel the emotions of the last 25 plus years of being in this band poured into LHF. The fun and the frustrations, the pleasure and the pain… a whole lot of blood, sweat, tears and beers went into the making of this album. Love it or hate it, its the real f’ckn deal, 100% pure melodic hard rock. Hand crafted by five musicians who dedicated their lives to music when they were just little kids with big dreams.”

Read more about the release, here.

Louder Harder Faster tracklisting:

1. Louder Harder Faster
2. Devil Dancer
3. Perfect
4. Only Broken Heart
5. U In My Life
6. Music Man
7. Faded
8. New Rebellion
9. Big Sandy
10. Choose Your Fate
11. Let It Go
12. I Think I’ll Just Stay Here and Drink (Bonus Track available on CD ONLY)

Warrant tour dates:

Mar 10 Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, San Antonio, TX
Mar 16 The Token Lounge, Westland, MI
Mar 17 The Corbin Arena, Corbin, KY
Mar 18 Watseka Theater, Watseka, IL
Mar 24 Akron Civic Theater, Akron, OH
Mar 25 Rock the Arena II @ Savage Arena, Toledo, OH
Mar 31 Medina Entertainment Center, Medina, MN

Apr 1 PBR event / Sioux Falls Arena, Sioux Falls, SD
Thaw Out Days After-Party
Apr 22 Tacoma Dome PBR Event
Apr 27 Hampton Beach Casino, Hampton Beach, NH
Apr 28 Aura, Portland, ME
Apr 29 M3 Merriweather Post Pavilion Columbia, MD

May 12 PBR event / Rock Bar @ Miracle Mile Shops, Las Vegas, NV
May 19 The Rose, Pasadena, CA
May 20 The Canyon, Agoura Hills, CA

Sep 16 Shrinedom @ Creek Hill Barn, Irasburg, VT

Oct 28 Rock N Skull 2017 @ Avantis Dome – Pekin,IL

Nov 1 PBR Event T-Mobile Arena, Toshiba Plaza Stage, Las Vegas, NV

For more information, and to purchase tickets, visit warrantrocks.com/tour.

12 Responses

  1. The only catchy element about this song is the lead guitar hook, it reminds me of Sweet. Other than that, it’s completely forgettable. The singer is capable but he sounds like 1000 other rock singers. They would have been much better off with Jaime St. James, at least he sounds kind of like Jani Lane. People don’t care about anything else but a feeling that they get when they listen, and Warrant would do better not trying to reinvent themselves and just give that feeling to whatever audience they have left. Worked for Journey.

    1. Actually, I really dig Robert Mason’s voice.

      Just in case you don’t remember who he is, he was the voice behind the Ozzy Osbourne curtain, and he replaced Oni Logan in Lynch Mob, after Oni departed the band. I cannot say that this song really shows his range, but here is an example of him singing with the Mob.

      I happen to LOVE this song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BjxOJsr9IZw.

      D 🙂

  2. Never was a very big fan of Warrant, and this song certainly doesn’t change my attitude about them. The song is pretty forgettable. The comment from Mr. Rock and Roll about the band trying the reinvent themselves is spot on. If they want to keep going as Warrant, they should stick to the sound that their remaining fans are used to. Unfortunately, the comparison to Journey is like comparing the NE Patriots to the Cleveland Browns. Journey has the songwriting abilities and catalog to keep the fans happy and money rolling in. Warrant NEVER had the same level of talent as Journey, so Warrant are now playing bars and bowling alleys, while Journey can still play large venues.

  3. “ROCKAHOLIC” was a fantastic album, very excited for this new release. With all due respect to the late Jani Lane, vocally Robert Mason is stronger, IMHO.

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