Rocktagon: Royal Bliss -vs- Black Stone Cherry [POLL]
It’s the REV 96.7 ROCKTAGON Brought to you by The Red Carpet Nightclub! Every Monday night at 8pm, TY will play two songs that will battle all week in the ROCKTAGON. You be the judge and vote for your favorite song below. Voting begins Mondays at 8pm and will continue thought the week until the following Monday at 5pm. The week’s winner till take on a new contender every Monday. After four weeks of consecutive wins the song will be inducted into the ROCTAGON Hall of Fame. It’s the REV 96.7 ROCKTAGON!
Royal Bliss is modern rock with a combination of heavy riffs and slick pop hooks that are both melodic and hard-hitting. Formed in 1997 in Salt Lake City, Utah, their anthems of sex, love, loss, and rage, are delivered with the passion that can only come from those who have lived it. Their very name, Royal Bliss, sums it up. Coined from royal (royalty or pertaining to a king) and bliss (supreme happiness or the peak of a hallucinogenic drug)—together the name means “king of the best feeling you can feel.” The single Crazy is from their latest album "Waiting Out The Storm" and is available on iTunes and Amazon NOW!!!
The Kentucky-bred hard rockers in Black Stone Cherry have had their music blared from speakers large and small, toured relentlessly with the likes of Nickelback and Motörhead, and debuted at #1 on the UK rock chart with their sophomore release, 2008’s Folklore and Superstition. In the face of these successes, the band members decided to put themselves to the ultimate test for the creation of their third full-length, Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea. The album was released on May 31, 2011 and the first single was "White Trash Millionaire". The band supported Alter Bridge alongside Theory of a Deadman on a tour of Europe lasting from October to November 2011. The band co-headlined a tour with Cavo in February 2012 with Rains supporting, as well as opened up for Chickenfoot on their tour in the spring of 2012. The single "Like I Roll" is the latest song on the album Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea.