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It’s Been a “Long Time Coming” But Here’s MASSIVE’s Rowdy New Video [Exclusive Premiere]

Aussie beer drinking, foot stomping rock ‘n’ rollers Massive have a new album, Rebuild Destroy, out on February 1st and we’re premiering their new video for “Long Time Coming” ahead of its release.



Late last year, Aussie Beer drinking, foot stomping rock ‘n’ rollers Massive signed a new 5-year deal with Off Yer Rocka Recordings and now the riotous rockers are back with a new video for “Long Time Coming”, the second track from their upcoming new album Rebuild Destroy which sees release through their new home on February 1, 2019.

The band are premiering a new track from the album here, in the form of “Long Time Coming” and, of the track, frontman Brad Marr says: “There are some super fans of rock ‘n’ roll out there that support bands above and beyond. We have slept on so many strangers’ floors or been fed a home cooked meal and we wanted thank those rock fans for all they do. We drove 500km while on a day off to the tiny coastal town called Evans Head. The mission was to play a house party for one of these super fans. This video clip is dedicated to everyone who has taken us into their home for a night”.

Of the album, Brad Marr said “This is the album I think Massive were always meant to write, we had no pressures on us, we booked the recording time ourselves and just went in and laid down some high energy rock n roll. We couldn’t think of a better team to work with than the legends at HRH / Off Yer Rocka who are some of the biggest supporters of Rock n Metal music out there.”

The band ended 2018 by covering 26,000km over 52 shows across 10 countries. Don’t expect 2019 to be any less busy for the hard-working rockers.

Rebuild Destroy Track Listing:

01. Generation Riot
02. Long Time Coming
03. What You Gonna Do
04. Bullet
05. Roses
06. Face In The Crowd
07. Over And Out
08. Pieces
09. The Wrecking Crew
10. GettingHeavy
11. AMileInMyShoes

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.