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Feel The Adrenaline Men Of Honor
5:55
The Mob Rules Ronnie James Dio - This Is Your Life
3:17
Come Undone Omertá
4:50
The Mob Rules Coverta [+digital booklet]
3:17
Kill the King Coverta [+digital booklet]
4:32
All On The Line Omertá
4:20
Dearly Departed Men Of Honor
4:57
Come On Get Up Men Of Honor
4:10
Indifferent Omertá
4:30
Undaunted Omertá
4:44

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The title of Adrenaline Mob’s second full-length album, Men of Honor, represents the band’s collective philosophy. It’s a mindset of respect for both the hard rock genre and their diehard fan base. It also sets the tone for the quartet’s next chapter. The title comes from the 'Ndrangheta (Calabrian mafia) term Uomini D’onore (Italian for Men of Honor). According to guitarist Mike Orlando, “(W)e’re tight like brothers. This is a musical gang. The message is to stand strong with Adrenaline Mob. Regardless of what’s changed, we are men of honor, and we will honor this entity until we die.”

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The title of Adrenaline Mob’s second full-length album, Men of Honor, represents the band’s collective philosophy. It’s a mindset of respect for both the hard rock genre and their diehard fan base. It also sets the tone for the quartet’s next chapter. The title comes from the 'Ndrangheta (Calabrian mafia) term Uomini D’onore (Italian for Men of Honor). According to guitarist Mike Orlando, “(W)e’re tight like brothers. This is a musical gang. The message is to stand strong with Adrenaline Mob. Regardless of what’s changed, we are men of honor, and we will honor this entity until we die.”

The album remains emblematic of their steadfast adherence to the foundation laid on 2012’s critically acclaimed debut, Omertà, and the 2013 covers EP, Covertà. With veteran drummer A.J. Pero, now in the fold alongside bassist John Moyer (Disturbed), singer Russell Allen (Symphony X, Trans-Siberian Orchestra), and Orlando, the band lands a knockout punch through incendiary solos, unshakable guitar grooves, and crushingly catchy hooks. At the same time, the creative palette expands with acoustic guitars and magnetic melodies. It’s as dynamic as it is destructive.

Since first bursting on to the scene in 2011, Adrenaline Mob has also become an explosive live presence. Touring with everybody from Godsmack to Halestorm, they’ve continually left audiences begging for more worldwide. Ultimately, they honor those crowds the most. “I want everyone who listens to this to feel psyched,” concludes Orlando. “I want them to get excited about watching us kick ass live. At the end of the day, we’re a live band. The album conveys that. I think it’s going to leave everybody with a variety of emotions, and there’s nothing better than getting a reaction.”

“This is a rock ‘n’ roll mafia,” Allen leaves off. “We’re here, and we mean business. Men of Honor is a stamp that says we honor this music, and we’re never going to betray it.”

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

The title of Adrenaline Mob’s second full-length album, Men of Honor, represents the band’s collective philosophy. It’s a mindset of respect for both the hard rock genre and their diehard fan base. It also sets the tone for the quartet’s next chapter. The title comes from the 'Ndrangheta (Calabrian mafia) term Uomini D’onore (Italian for Men of Honor). According to guitarist Mike Orlando, “(W)e’re tight like brothers. This is a musical gang. The message is to stand strong with Adrenaline Mob. Regardless of what’s changed, we are men of honor, and we will honor this entity until we die.”

The album remains emblematic of their steadfast adherence to the foundation laid on 2012’s critically acclaimed debut, Omertà, and the 2013 covers EP, Covertà. With veteran drummer A.J. Pero, now in the fold alongside bassist John Moyer (Disturbed), singer Russell Allen (Symphony X, Trans-Siberian Orchestra), and Orlando, the band lands a knockout punch through incendiary solos, unshakable guitar grooves, and crushingly catchy hooks. At the same time, the creative palette expands with acoustic guitars and magnetic melodies. It’s as dynamic as it is destructive.

Since first bursting on to the scene in 2011, Adrenaline Mob has also become an explosive live presence. Touring with everybody from Godsmack to Halestorm, they’ve continually left audiences begging for more worldwide. Ultimately, they honor those crowds the most. “I want everyone who listens to this to feel psyched,” concludes Orlando. “I want them to get excited about watching us kick ass live. At the end of the day, we’re a live band. The album conveys that. I think it’s going to leave everybody with a variety of emotions, and there’s nothing better than getting a reaction.”

“This is a rock ‘n’ roll mafia,” Allen leaves off. “We’re here, and we mean business. Men of Honor is a stamp that says we honor this music, and we’re never going to betray it.”

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

The title of Adrenaline Mob’s second full-length album, Men of Honor, represents the band’s collective philosophy. It’s a mindset of respect for both the hard rock genre and their diehard fan base. It also sets the tone for the quartet’s next chapter. The title comes from the 'Ndrangheta (Calabrian mafia) term Uomini D’onore (Italian for Men of Honor). According to guitarist Mike Orlando, “(W)e’re tight like brothers. This is a musical gang. The message is to stand strong with Adrenaline Mob. Regardless of what’s changed, we are men of honor, and we will honor this entity until we die.”

The album remains emblematic of their steadfast adherence to the foundation laid on 2012’s critically acclaimed debut, Omertà, and the 2013 covers EP, Covertà. With veteran drummer A.J. Pero, now in the fold alongside bassist John Moyer (Disturbed), singer Russell Allen (Symphony X, Trans-Siberian Orchestra), and Orlando, the band lands a knockout punch through incendiary solos, unshakable guitar grooves, and crushingly catchy hooks. At the same time, the creative palette expands with acoustic guitars and magnetic melodies. It’s as dynamic as it is destructive.

Since first bursting on to the scene in 2011, Adrenaline Mob has also become an explosive live presence. Touring with everybody from Godsmack to Halestorm, they’ve continually left audiences begging for more worldwide. Ultimately, they honor those crowds the most. “I want everyone who listens to this to feel psyched,” concludes Orlando. “I want them to get excited about watching us kick ass live. At the end of the day, we’re a live band. The album conveys that. I think it’s going to leave everybody with a variety of emotions, and there’s nothing better than getting a reaction.”

“This is a rock ‘n’ roll mafia,” Allen leaves off. “We’re here, and we mean business. Men of Honor is a stamp that says we honor this music, and we’re never going to betray it.”

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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