International rock band Blacklist Regulars release their debut album, Through The Blast. The new release is out now on all digital streaming platforms, including iTunes, Spotify, and Amazon, via Pavement Entertainment. Vocalist Luke Keating says, “The band is pumped for the release. Two years in the making and it’s finally here. We are incredibly grateful for this opportunity and can’t wait for the fans to hear our debut record.”
In a recent interview with 100 Percent Rock Magazine, Keating explains what inspired Through The Blast: “Lyrically, I wanted to write an authentic record that reflects our story and issues that are close to me and all of us. Personally, I have dealt with addiction and depression issues during the course of my life and thankfully have come out on the other side of that.”
Blacklist Regulars currently reside in Chicago. They came together due to a lack of music opportunities and corrupt political climates in their home countries. Keating comes from Ireland, and his vocals have been compared to the sound of Alice in Chains. Rounding out the band, with screaming guitars and tight rhythms, are Venezuelan natives Arturo Banus, Tomas Zabala, and Alejandro Zabala.