Taxi Violence It’s almost time to do the Soul Shake

Cape Town rock legends, Taxi Violence will release their fourth album, Soul Shake next week. The band will also hit the road to promote it at venues across South Africa. Fans can expect straight-up, hard and fast rock ‘n roll in its purest form – from the album and their shows.

The album will be released by 2 Feet Music, an imprint of record label, Sheer Sound. Soul Shake is a collection of 11 brand new tracks, recorded and produced by Brendyn “Rusti” Rossouw at Heritage Sound Studios, and mixed by the legendary Theo Crous at Bellville Studios.

Brainmash is the first single from Soul Shake and is pumping on major radio stations across the nation. Listen to it here.

Experience the new live set and get the album at a venue near you

10 July – The Mexican, Jeffreys Bay

12 July – Buccaneers, East London

13 July – Live The Venue, Durban

14 July – The Upstairs (acoustic), Durban

19 July – Puma Social Club, Johannesburg

20 July – Arcade Empire, Pretoria

27 July – The Assembly, Cape Town

03 August – Aandklas, Stellenbosch

17 August – Slipstream Sportsbar, Grahamstown

Order Soul Shake online

Taxi Violence have made 150 copies of Soul Shake available to pre-order. For R150, fans can get a limited edition, personalised CD delivered to their doors (anywhere in South Africa), as well as a FREE download of the band’s entire first album, Untie Yourself. Go to www.taxiviolence.com for more details.

What the press said

“… Rusti starts pumping some of the raw, unmixed tracks. The songs have the urgency of Queens of the Stone Age, the glam of modern Black Keys, and here and there a thunderous Marilyn Manson-like bass line that will scare the shit out of you. Actually, forget those aforementioned references, this is fresh, high octane Taxi Violence at its best.” – Rolling Stone Magazine (May 2013)

“It’s clear from the outset, before we even have a listen to the new tracks, that this is a no bullshit record. They sound to me like the Taxi Violence I fell in love with when I was a teenager.” – Karl Kemp (SA Music Scene)

KZK101 visited Taxi Violence in studio during the recording of the new album. See the video here.

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