New Album “Tail End of a Hurricane”
Recorded between lockdowns and released on 7th May 2021, it’s been receiving rave reviews, Trucker’s sound, described by Classic Rock Magazine as Stadium Pub Rock, has seen them share the stage with Foo Fighters, Black Stone Cherry, Ricky Warwick, Thunder and many more. The one thing you do expect from Trucker is big riffs, big choruses and big performances, and this album doesn’t disappoint, from the sing along Rock Kids of the 80s, the energy of Insects, the short sharp punch of Slow Dance or the laid back tale, Woodstock to Vietnam, you’ll know you’ve opened your front door to see the Big Truck parked up outside, engine running, exhaust fumes pumping out the pipe, door laying open invitingly………..
Trucker Diablo are: Tom Harte – Vocals/Lead Guitar – Simon Haddock – Guitar/BV – Jim McGurk – Bass/BV – Terry Crawford – Drums
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“The consistency of songwriting and animated performances impress throughout the album’s 13 filler-free tracks and if you haven’t yet joined the Trucker Diablo convoy then start here”
“Listening to Tail End Of A Hurricane brings to mind being at a music festival.
Dancing, beer in hand surrounded by friends. Classy A.O.R. and bluesy southern
rock combine with memorable lyrics and melodies 5*!”
“Considering the guys have pieced this together in the midst of this bleedin’
pandemic and delivered such a high quality slab of rock is to lauded. Let’s hope
they can get these fine songs out onto the road very, very soon because, on this
evidence, Trucker Diablo are firing on all cylinders”
“Trucker Diablo accelerate towards greatness Let’s face it. Trucker Diablo deserve to be the engine room of the NWOCR. They’ve paid their dues, delivered on their potential and knocked their peers out of the park with TEOAH.”
“Pile driving anthem after anthem is the name of the game when you press “Play” on the latest decadent slab of Rawk from the UK’s Trucker Diablo.”
“What Trucker Diablo do best is the solid, riff driven hard rock. ‘The Trade’ smoulders in the best Southern Skynyrd and Blackfoot tradition, ‘Set the Night on Fire’ is full of melody and those delicious harmonies that are one of the band’s trademark sounds, whilst the album finishes strongly with the short ‘Slow Dance’ and the finale of the brooding ‘Bury the Ocean’.”