New Taxi Violence album to be released this week

Taxi Violence - Soul ShakeGreat news for fans of SA Music! Cape Town rockers Taxi Violence are releasing their fourth studio album this week. The album is being released by 2 Feet Music (an imprint of record label Sheer Sound).

The new Taxi Violence album is entitled Soul Shake and even better new is that it’s a collection of 11 brand new tracks. They were all recorded and produced by Brendyn “Rusti” Rossouw at Heritage Sound Studios and mixed by the legendary Theo Crous at Bellville Studios.

The band have released the first single entitled “Brainmash” off the new album on YouTube a few weeks ago and it’s some good old fashioned rock ‘n roll that is pleasing to the ears. Have a listen to it below to judge for yourself.

In true rock ‘n roll style Taxi Violence will be celebrating the release of their new album with a tour to various towns and cities in South Africa. Make sure that you catch them at one of the following venues over the next few weeks:

  • 10 July – The Mexican, Jeffreys Bay
  • 12 July – Buccaneers, East London
  • 13 July – Live The Venue, Durban
  • 14 July – The Upstairs (acoustic), Durban
  • 19 July – Puma Social Club, Johannesburg
  • 20 July – Arcade Empire, Pretoria
  • 27 July – The Assembly, Cape Town
  • 03 August – Aandklas, Stellenbosch
  • 17 August – Slipstream Sportsbar, Grahamstown

Taxi Violence have made 150 copies of Soul Shake available to pre-order. For R150 fans can get a limited edition personalised CD delivered to their doors (anywhere in South Africa) as well as a FREE download of the band’s entire first album (Untie Yourself). Visit the Taxi Violence website for more details.

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Henno Kruger

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