With their first single ‘Missteria’, GOTTHARD have showcased their experimental side, fusing hard rock with an oriental influence. Now, the Swiss rockers are presenting their new single ‘Bad News’, a high energy track that has been released today alongside a lyric video.

‘Bad News’ is not only the opening track of the new album; it’s also exactly what fans and critics alike have grown to love about the band – white-hot rock´n´roll with the finest songwriting, AKA classic GOTTHARD at their best. ‘Bad News’ sees Nic at his most direct, showcasing his most vibrant and exhilarating characteristics. Empowered by wild, screaming guitars and thundering drums, his voice is a statement to what the album is all about. “We wrote this one with Eric Bazilian, a song about how people love to be around you when you’re successful and love to kick you when you’re down! It has a great classic rock riff”, singer Nic Maeder says about the new track.

Get ‘Bad News’ digitally, here:
Listen to the single in the NB New Releases Playlists: /

“#13” will be available on CD (Jewelcase) with 13 tracks and as a special edition collector’s box (including a digipack with 2 bonus tracks, a bandana and a poster-booklet) as well as a double LP with two bonus tracks.

Pre-order “#13” on various formats now from:

GOTTHARD kick off their German tour this April where they will be joined by MAGNUM as their special guests, before returning to Switzerland with their old friends from SHAKRA. Tickets for all live shows are on sale now.

See GOTTHARD on one of the following shows:

13.04.              H          Budapest – Barba Negra
14.04.              A          Vienna – Gasometer

16.04.              D          Frankfurt – Batschkapp
17.04.              D          Regensburg-Obertraubling – Airport-Eventhall
18.04.              D          Balingen – Volksbankmesse
20.04.              D          Munich – TonHalle
21.04.              D          Fürth – Stadthalle
22.04.              D          Hamburg – Große Freiheit 36
24.04.              D          Hanover – Capitol
25.04.              D          Bremen – Pier 2
26.04.              D          Berlin – Tempodrom
28.04.              D          Singen – Stadthalle
29.04.              D          Cologne – E-Werk
30.04.              D          Saarbrücken – Garage

07.05.              CH       Spiez – Lötschbergsaal
08.05.              CH       Lausanne – Salle Métropole
09.05.              CH       Langenthal – Westhalle
14.05.              I           Milan – Alcatraz*
15.05.              CH       Einsiedeln – Zwei Raben
16.05.              CH       Brig – Simplonhalle
18.05.              NL        Zoetermeer, De Boerderij *
19.05.              F          Paris / Savigny le Temple, L`Empreinte *
22.05.              CH       Biel – Kongresshaus
23.05.              CH       Sursee – Stadthalle

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