DEAF RAT - Say You Love Me

Following their much-acclaimed debut album, Ban The Light ( 2019, AFM Records ), Swedish hard rock outfit DEAF RAT has released a new video clip for the live version of "Say You Love Me - Live At Dalhalla"!

In 2020, the band was invited to join heavy metal icons JUDAS PRIEST for this show. Finally after being postponed for two years, the bands got to share the stage at the magnificent and world famous outdoor arena Dalhalla, Sweden, in 2022.

DEAF RAT was born for the stage, and "Say You Love Me - Live In Dalhalla" is a powerhouse performance that will leave you with an adrenaline rush from start to finish. With their driving riffs, thundering drum beats, and electrifying presence, DEAF RAT prove that they are one of the most explosive and dynamic forces in the world of hard rock.

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DEAF RAT hails from Dalarna in Sweden, a small region with long traditions of mining, steel industry, music and a healthy dose of DIY attitude. The broad sound of DEAF RAT is built on a strong foundation of classic 70s, 80s and 90s rock packed with influences of the band members different personal favourites. With their massive guitar riffs and strong melodies, this is the band that fills up the cracks in the ageing concrete between old school and modern hard rock.

Their latest album, Ban The Light ( available at THIS LOCATION! ) was released with great reviews from all over the world. Metal Temple recommends "if you are a fan of eccentric and eclectic Hard Rock acts, DEAF RAT must find its place on your watch list for the years to come", Sonic Perspectives lauded "Deaf Rat puts forth some quality hard rock", while GBHBL featured the album as "an overly strong rock effort from these Swedish up and comers"!

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