Artist info

Genre

Rock


Sounds like

AC/DC, Rose Tattoo, The Angels


band members

Tyler Kinder - Lead Guitar/Lead Vocals Jarrad Morrice - Rhythm Guitar Pete McMillan - Drums Alex McMillan - Bass Guitar


Website

www.blackacesrock.com

Bio

If Australian rockers Black Aces know one thing, its that rock n’ roll is a like a good pair of jeans - when you put them on it feels so right, and a great set will last forever.

Giving less of a nod, than a sweaty cheers to the hard rocking 70s bands of Australia and beyond, Black Aces had been storming up and down the width and breadth of their homeland for over 5 years before releasing their debut record Shot In The Dark in 2016.

Loaded with anthems-in-waiting and a no bullshit delivery, Black Aces have beaten a path to rare ground on their debut record- a hard rock band that manages to both stomp and swing. It was that no bullshit delivery, to much fanfare, that saw the album reach number 17 on the iTunes Australia rock charts, and peak at 90 on the over album charts.

The release culminated a year that saw the band whip around their homeland with abandon, sinking beers and pleasing ears with a live show that has seen them garner support slots from- and make fans out of- certified rock royalty including Cosmic Psychos, Dallas Crane and The Casanovas, along with several thousand now hearing impaired punters.

Never ones to rest on their wares, Black Aces returned to the UK and Europe in late 2016 for a lengthy tour in support of their debut record, picking up rave reviews across the continent, culminating in a no holds barred performance at Hard Rock Hell Festival that left screaming punters demanding the Bendigo foursome return to the stage and play a few more. As always, Black Aces gave the crowd what they wanted.

Black Aces will record a new album in 2017, and will return to Europe/UK for further touring.
With a guitar in hand and a chip on their shoulder, this denim clad 4 piece is ready to take rock and roll to every person who've ever loved a good pair of jeans, one pub at a time.

Pounding out blistering rock'n'roll that you can’t help but bang your head and punch the air to, you will find it hard to leave a Black Aces show without a smile from ear to ear.