ALPHA BOYS
Saviours Of Rock ‘N’ Roll

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01. To War | 02. No Girls Allowed | 03. A Fucking King | 04. Han(d) Solo | 05. Current Report | 06. Georgina W. Butch | 07. JC | 08. Drunk On A Sunday | 09. Too Smart To Be Sober | 10. Alpha Boys

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Saviours Of Rock ‘N’ Roll is the anticipated debut album from the Swedish band Alpha Boys. The album contains ten deathpunk/rock n roll hits with deep lyrics about loneliness, hate and alcohol. With music inspired by bands like Motörhead, Turbonegro and a hint of Meatloaf, they have created the perfect mix of rock n roll and punk. A new party anthem for the world.

Track by track (by the band):
The album opens up with To War, a song about conquering the earth through alcohol, there is way to many sober people out there! The second song is called No Girls Allowed and is about that good old time when you didn´t worried about girls. A Fucking King centers on those annoying guys who think they own the world. They drive big, fast cars and brag about their jobs, but deep down we all know they have really small dicks! It´s all about compensations. The forth song, Han(d) Solo, is an anthem for all those who are into Star Wars and masturbating. Then the album takes a turn to the dark with Current Report. It´s about a lonely man who is desperately searching for pure love. The tempo rises with the killer song Georgina W. Butch …poor Terry just wants to be intimate with is wife. The next song was inspired by one of the most beautiful people on the planet, JC (no not Jesus Christ). Everyday is a pain in the ass, the best way to survive is to drink beer, so why not drink on Sundays as well? Drunk on a Sunday is about (you guessed it) drinking on Sundays. Do you hate your boss? Why don’t give him the middle finger and go home and drink booze. That’s the story behind Too Smart To Be Sober. And last but not least we have Alpha Boys, a song about the greatest band ever. Enjoy!

Saviours Of Rock ‘N’ Roll | Released January 21st, 2021 via Sliptrick Records

Track Listing:
01. To War | 02. No Girls Allowed | 03. A Fucking King | 04. Han(d) Solo | 05. Current Report | 06. Georgina W. Butch | 07. JC | 08. Drunk On A Sunday | 09. Too Smart To Be Sober | 10. Alpha Boys

Alpha Boys are:
AlphaFill – Vocals | Dave Destruction – Guitar | Jonny Appendix – Guitar | Üntforzer – Bass

Band links: Facebook | Youtube | Instagram | On Sliptrick

 

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  1. tempelores.com

    Overall, this album took me back to my formative years which I spent dwelling on most of the topics discussed on this album. I feel like they can take the humor to an even higher level and truly solidify that as their signature. I will be looking forward to their following album as I am positively curious where they will go with their sound and message …read more

  2. uber-rock.co.uk

    Alpha Boys alone may not be the ‘Saviours Of Rock ‘n’ Roll’, but they most definitely, and defiantly, have made their mark on the genre, and the Überverse as a whole, with this hugely impressive debut. It is not overstatement on the band’s part when they describe all of the ten songs as “hits”, as each and every one hits the mark with every note and every syllable. This is an album that once again defines the terms all-killer-no-filler pedal-to-the-metal rock ‘n’f’n’ roll. Jump aboard the Alpha Boys bandwagon: I promise you one helluva ride …read more

  3. jennytate

    Overall – If ever, you could imagine what’d happen if Anthrax, The Offspring and Motorhead got together, in a room and created an album, you’ll get some idea of the sound of ‘Saviours Of Rock ‘N’ Roll’. Just an energy infused R’N’R’ party, from start to end, with all the best ingredients. You’ll love this and it’s guaranteed to never leave your sound system, for the rest of your life. High vibes, all the way …read more

  4. antichristmagazine.com

    Alpha Boys play this kind of music, which could be marked as unserious, but with a serious subconscious approach, even the most die-hard punk rock stars were serious about their art. So despite this frivolous attitude and primitive rudeness, “Saviours of Rock ’n’ Roll” has perfectly achieved its goal – it really entertains the listener among all the crap happening in these restricting times …read more

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