Handle Records is proud to announce that the highly anticipated sophomore album, Here Comes The Pain, by Made ‘n’ America is available for immediate streaming and download; March 19th, 2017. You can download Here Comes The Pain – Out Now.
“We’re stepping up our game and delivering 8 killer tracks that are guaranteed to make you stand up and shout,” shares Dave Kechut, Made ‘n’ America‘s frontman and primary songwriter.
Dave Keckhut has been an icon on the Hollywood Rock Scene since hard Rock was getting it’s legs in the clubs that are spoken of in legend. Dave’s first original band, The Mob, performed regularly alongside the artists that would be known as the foundation of Sunset Strip Hard Rock. This included Motley Crue, Ratt (at the time they were called Mickey Rat), Dokken, LA Guns and the world famous Guns n’ Roses. The stages of the Whisky A Go-Go, the Troubadour, Gazzarri’s, Club 88 and the legendary Chuck Landis Country Club were regular hot spots for the band.
Throughout the late 80’s, the 90’s and into the new Millennium, David has recorded in the studio with artists including JP Cervoni, Reb Beach and bands under monikers including Essence, the Bad Boys of Blues, Aftermath and Two Daze Gone, among others. Dave’s songwriting has led to film and TV inclusions and considerations by Disney Music and HBO. His growing catalog of works would, in 2013, spawn the band Made ‘n’ America.
Made ‘n’ America features frontman/vocalist Dave Keckhut and introduces new members in the band.
Andy Haller comes into the band as both the guitarist and recording engineer. The album is co-produced by Keckhut and Haller and Haller handles both engineering and mixing on this release. This album also features the inclusion of Australian drummer Sam Aliano, who will also be performing with the band live. Returning on bass is Los Angeles icon Clackers Kay, bassist from the first album release.
The album is available now for immediate download and streaming on all major services and show attendees have the option to leave with a hard-copy CD after the show.
Follow Made ‘n’ America online at http://made-n-americarocks.com.