DANKO JONES - Electric Sounds

Canadian Rock Maestros DANKO JONES Celebrate Release Of Brand New Album "Electric Sounds"

""Guess Who Is Back? Me, mother fucker!" is Danko Jones' opening gambit on this album, and the Canadian rocker is back doing what he does best!" 

"Rock has a new King ladies and metalheads and their name is Danko Jones!" 

"This is high octane rock and roll, superbly crafted, catchy as hell and completely unpretentious." THE ROCK PIT, US

"Let’s face it, the world is crashing down and we all miss good-time rock’n’roll bands like KISS, the RAMONES or CHEAP TRICK so get this Danko Jones album and party like it’s 1989!" 


"Fast-paced riffs, catchy choirs and jagged rhythms: all of this is available on ELECTRIC SOUNDS. Extremely tight and thrilling!" 


"If you're in a bad mood, "Electric Sounds” is the right remedy to put a smile on your face again, that's for sure!" AARDSCHOK, NL

"Every song here is a hit!" 


"With DANKO JONES you know what you're getting: a real kick in the ass!" 



"Delivered flawlessly!" 

"Electric Sounds is no exception to the rule and announces the color from the straight “Guess Who’s Back”. So find a big half hour filled with typical riffs and catchphrases cut out for the stage (…) thus leave no illusion about Danko Jones' desire to get back on stage to rock'n'roll!" 

"A guarantee that lasts which, in these times when everything is quickly gobbled up, is an admirable trait!"

"In a historical period in which dozens of fake rock records come out the adrenaline rush transmitted by 'Electric Sounds' is the only way to survive!" 

Today,  the undisputed kings of balls-out rock’n’roll, DANKO JONES, are celebrating the release of their much-acclaimed, eleventh studio album! Electric Sounds is out now on AFM Records, order your copy of this must-have album banger HERE!

Formed in Toronto in 1996, DANKO JONES have seen and done just about everything over the last quarter of a century. Powered by a DIY punk rock spirit, and inspired by the good, great and grotesque of electrified rock ‘n’ roll, they have steadily built a colossal international fan base and become one of the most acclaimed live bands around, embraced by everyone from mainstream radio-rock fans to diehard metalheads. Along the way, they have released ten widely praised studio albums, generating a peerless repertoire of fists-in-the-air crowd-pleasers into the bargain. From the spiky blues of 2002’s Born A Lion and the crazed power-pop of its follow-up We Sweat Blood (2003), to the priapic perfection of 2010’s Below The Belt, the band’s knack for hitting rock’s sweet spot has never wavered. Over the last decade, the band’s creative fire has blazed more brightly than ever. A succession of all-killer, no-filler albums – Fire Music, Wild Cat, A Rock Supreme, Power Trio – has led to even more gung-ho touring and unapologetic service to the rock cause. 

Now, armed with yet another stone cold classic, Toronto’s archbishops of amplification are on a renewed mission to rock the living shit-lights out of anyone and everyone that wants to join the party! Electric Sounds has the instant sound and feel of a classic. When the wheel is spinning freely and propelling you forward, there’s no need to reinvent the damn thing: instead, this band are simply honing and refining their craft, and always at full volume. From the chest-out chutzpah of the opening "Guess Who’s Back" and the muscular new wave strut of "Good Time", the ultimate pothead anthem "Get High?" to the title track’s promise to “smash a thousand guitars tonight!” and "Stiff Competition"’s angular, cock-eyed stomp and juddering bull’s-eye of chorus, Electric Sounds is a deceptively diverse affair. Meanwhile, no band has ever sounded more ready to hit the road (find all upcoming tour dates listed below!) than the pumped-up threesome showcased on hell-for-leather ragers like "Eye For An Eye", "What Goes Around" and mad-eyed and murderous closer "Shake Your City". Head over to the DANKO JONES Youtube channel at THIS LOCATION, to watch their latest video clips!

Electric Sounds was produced by Eric Ratz, and guest spots from Tyler Stewart (Barenaked Ladies) on "She’s My Baby"Damian Abraham of Fucked Up on "Get High?" and guitarist Daniel Dekay (from Canadian thrash legends Exciter) on "Electric Sounds" complete the picture with a snotty flourish.

Order Electric Sounds HERE!

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