Published on May 23, 2014
In the end of March 2014 MÄRVEL released their fourth album "Hadal Zone Express" that have been getting a warm welcome from music journalists all over the world. The amount of reviews and the high scores are wrapped in numerous superlative quotes like:
"The new Swedish commanders of rock."
"The Hellacopters still exist - they call themselves MÄRVEL."
SLAM Magazine (DE)
"There's only one way to put it; MÄRVEL are a modern days KISS, period."
City Slang Zine (USA)
"The Swedish rock crown is within reach."
Metal Hammer (DE)
"A rousing and also very personal declaration of love to the phenomenon: Rock'n'Roll."
"Märvel rocks even better than present-day KISS."
"Gritty power pop or hit friendly rock´n´roll? Hadal Zone Express is simply music packed with energy that grabs hold of you and makes you happy."
/Sweden Rock Magazine (SE)
The song "Danish Rush" from the album "Hadal Zone Express" was on May 23:rd released as a double sided digital single with a C64 SID-version of the song as "side B". In a very near future a limited run of 200 copies of 7" vinyl with these two songs will be released that only will be available at live shows and in the bands own webstore.
This video was filmed in Stockholm in the spring of 2014 by Peder Carlsson (Backyard Babies) and was directed by Johan Bååth (Doits) and in the video we see some familiar faces such as Dregen (Backyard Babies, Hellacopters), Robert Eriksson (Hellacopters), Anders "Bobba" Lindström (Hellacopters), Fred Estby (Gutterview Recorders, Dagger), Patrik Arve (Teddybears, Swedish Tiger) and many more in different cameo roles. The video was presented online at the same time on the release day by Aftonbladet in Sweden, Classic Rock Magazine in the UK, Rock Hard in Germany and Soundi.fi in Finland.
The credit list is missing Skogens Media who helped us with filming the green screen for the news anchor.
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