Screaming Eagles have released a video for “All The Way”, taken from their debut album ‘From The Flames’. Orginally released independently in late 2012, ‘From The Flames’ is about to be reissued with revamped artwork through Off Yer Rocka Recordings.
Regarding ‘From The Flames’ Sleaze Roxx said, “Lots of newer bands are able to capture such consistency over the length of an EP, but to be so perfect over ten tracks is another story entirely. The Answer may be the current kingpins when it comes to Irish hard rock, but I suggest they don’t look in their rear view mirrors because they’ve already been overtaken by a flock of Screaming Eagles.”
Screaming Eagles are a Northern Ireland based rock ‘n’ roll band influenced by the likes of AC/DC, Airbourne, Audioslave and Black Stone Cherry. The band formed in 2012 and quickly got to work on crafting an albums worth of full throttle rock songs for their debut release. They entered the studio in late 2012 to capture their raw and riff-heavy live act onto record in an intense 10-day recording session surrounded by Marshall stacks and fuelled by cheap wine. Their debut album ‘From The Flames’ was recorded and produced by Ross Cullen at Railway Studios, Lisburn, Co. Antrim and mastered by Mark Chalecki at Little Red Book Mastering, California (Rhino Bucket, Booker T. Jones, The Brian Jonestown Massacre).
It is rare that a recently formed band can come up with a debut album as diverse and hard rockin’ as ‘From The Flames’. Yet that is exactly what Screaming Eagles have done. With Chris Fry’s powerhouse, bluesy tones, Adrian McAleenan’s power chord and riff combo, Ryan Lilly’s thumping bass lines and Kyle Cruikshank hitting the drums harder than a lumberjack chops a tree, Screaming Eagles have delivered a debut album that reflects the bands focus on song-writing and diverse musical taste.