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Bad Bone Beast to release their latest album »Extravaganza« on vinyl this April via Drakkar Entertainment

German hard rock/grunge trio Bad Bone Beast will release their latest album »Extravaganza« on vinyl on April 15th, 2022 via Drakkar Entertainment. For fans of Queens Of The Stone Age, Them Crooked Vultures & beyond!

Watch a lyric video for the third single »Breaking All Cages«!

01. Bonehead
02. Lost And Found
03. Breaking All Cages
04. Me, U And I
05. Truth Or Dare
06. Old Man
07. NAW (New Age Western)
08. Back In The Game
09. Fade
10. Moving Doll
11. One Last Time
12. Sunday Afternoon
13. When The World Goes Down

Courtesy of All Noir PR:

Watch out for the Beast! Instead of sitting back, the trio Bad Bone Beast has used the pandemic break to self-produce their debut album »Extravaganza«, which will be released in 2021 via the Drakkar Entertainment label. After the brilliant start with their EP »Water Into Wine« released in 2019, »Extravaganza« reflects the consistent further development of the hard rock grunge trio and sets the first major milestone in their discography.

Club and festival shows in Germany, France and the Netherlands, as well as support shows for Marco Mendoza (USA) and Birth Of Joy (NL) have already proven that the band around exceptional singer and bassist Ruben Claro is able to carry away any audience. Together with guitarist Alexander Schmitz and drummer Klaas “Ugge” Ukena, they will now be tearing up the stages with songs from the new album. This energy-filled event, as well as the new record »Extravaganza« should really not be missed!

Bad Bone Beast are:
Ruben Claro – Bass, Vocals
Alex Schmitz – Guitar
Klaas Ukena – Drums

Photo by Kai Ostermann

The press writes:

“Hard rock, grunge as dry and natural as a calling card from the stoner desert rock desert. Bad Bone Beast are virtuoso instrumentalists, painting the fusion of bombast rock, heavy riffs and psychedelic out loud with the humming booming sound of sup pop.” (

“Unlike similar-sounding genre colleagues, Bad Bone Beast don’t get dusty in the vintage muff, but guarantee a fresh approach despite the nostalgic flair both in rockier moments with lots of drive and in quieter parts with braked-out temperament.” (

“A successful debut of the young German band. This is blues rock with a lot of soul and a touch of grunge, you like to listen to it. It sounds good and doesn’t need to orientate itself to the mainstream.” (

“This water turned into wine proves to be an aperitif in the truest sense of the word and awakens the desire for more.” (

“Bad Bone Beast deliver with this EP power package the proof that five awesome songs (which all ignite), are better than ten half-awesome ones. The trio shows from the first second that they know where the groove frog has the curls. This one is timelessly good, guys!” (Guitar Magazine)

Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well

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