Tommy’s RockTrip is drummer Tommy Clufetos‘ (Ozzy Osbourne, Black Sabbath) new hard rock outfit, where he offers his take on the rock ‘n roll influences that made him one of the most sought after drummers in the current hard rock scene. “Beat Up By Rock ‘N’ Roll”, the debut album, is an in-your-face, honest, kick ass hard rock album. Eric Dover, known for singing and playing guitar with Jellyfish, Slash’s Snakepit, and Alice Cooper, handles lead vocals on the album (though Tommy grabs the mic for three tracks). Eliot Lorengo (bass), Hank Schneekluth (guitar), and Nao Nakashima (guitar) round out the supporting cast.
The disc’s second single, “Make Me Smile”, can be streamed below.
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“I wanted to make an album that I would enjoy listening to, while injecting some of the characteristics that I love about my favorite Rock n’ Roll. Hopefully when you listen to it in your car, you realize you are driving way over the speed limit,” say Clufetos.
Clufetos is already known to legions of rock and metal fans around the world for his incredible drumming skills. Having already played with the likes of Alice Cooper, Ted Nugent, and Rob Zombie among others, Clufetos then joined Ozzy Osbourne‘s solo band and subsequently followed that with his undeniable performances with Black Sabbath on their final tours. In other words, quite the resume! Now, Clufetos continues his rock ‘n roll odyssey with his new outfit Tommy’s RockTrip, we hope you enjoy the TRIP!
“Beat Up By Rock ‘N Roll” Tracklisting:
- Heavy Load
- Welcome To The Show
- You Got The Cash, I Got The Flash
- Make Me Smile
- Do It Again
- Kid Blood
- Don’t Be Afraid
- Beat Up By Rock N’ Roll
- Got To Play Some Rock N’ Roll
- The Longevity
- Power Of Three
- Tommy Clufetos / Drums, Lead Vocals on Tracks 4, 8 and 11
- Eric Dover / Lead Vocals
- Eliot Lorengo / Bass Guitar
- Hank Schneekluth / Lead Guitar
- Nao Nakashima / Rhythm Guitar
- Tommy C / Saxophone on “Power Of Three”
- John Schreffler / Guitar Solo on “Beat Up By Rock ‘N’ Roll”
- Doug Organ / Hammond B3