Concrete Kingdoms are here to stamp their imprint on the UK scene, and the Scottish Rockers have the perfect bait in the form of their blistering debut self-titled EP, out Friday 17th August. Before then, the band premiere the new video, “Die This Day”.

Taking inspiration from Guns N Roses, Alter Bridge, Audioslave and Led Zeppelin, the emerging quintet have been winning over audiences since their formation having supported the likes of Puddle of Mudd, Diamond Head, Mitch Malloy and Nazareth, as well as festival appearances at Rockmantic on the Road and Wildfire, and opening the Winter Storm Festival for Ricky Warwick, FM, and Inglorious.

The band are set to plough forward even further with the release of their debut EP, out this August. Spitting out four cuts of crushing rock, framed by driving guitars, measured song structures and engulfing hooks, the record is a must have for all die-hard rock fans. Their new single, “Die This Day”, is ripe for radio and is sure to grace the airwaves this Summer. Festival and tour announcements are in the pipeline too.

Concrete Kingdoms Track Listing:

01. Time to Play
02. Die This Day
03. Speed Demon
04. Same Old Same

I have an unhealthy obsession with bad horror movies, the song Wanted Dead Or Alive and crap British game shows. I do this not because of the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll lifestyle it affords me but more because it gives me an excuse to listen to bands that sound like hippos mating.