Dangerous Debut Album 'Teenage Rampage' Set For Release 19th September 2011

Dangerous Debut Album 'Teenage Rampage' Set For Release 19th September 2011

Aussie rockers Dangerous! will be bringing the party back to the UK this month with a series of dates which include a support slot with Young Guns and a co-headline run with James Cleaver Quintet, as well as a special Album Release Party at Notting Hill Arts Club on 20th September. The band's debut album 'Teenage Rampage' is set to be released through Epitaph on 19th September and the single 'Movers N Shakers' will be out the week before, on 12th September.

There aren't many bands left these days who genuinely embody rock n' roll's raucous spirit, which is why a brash young band like Dangerous! is more vital now than ever. Teenage Rampage was recorded in Los Angeles with Grammy-nominated producer Ulrich Wild (Deftones, Pantera), mixed by Marc McClusky (Weezer) and features 12 energetic anthems literally bursting at the seams with youthful enthusiasm.

"It's interesting because all of us have a different favourite song on the album," band front-man Tommy explains, "there's really not any filler there." By combining the swagger of The Vines, the edge of early Guns N' Roses and the energy of Australian rock icons AC/DC, the band have created one of the most exciting albums in recent memory.

Dangerous! UK tour dates -

09/09 Aberdeen - Lemon Tree*

10/09 Glasgow - QMU*

11/09 Inverness - Ironworks*

12/09 Newcastle - Northumbria University*

14/09 Manchester - Academy 2*

15/09 Birmingham - HMV Institute*

16/09 London - HMV Forum*

20/09 London - Notting Hill Arts Club - Album Release

21/09 Guildford - Boilerooms**

22/09 Bath - Moles**

23/09 Turnbridge Wells - Forum **

24/09 Swansea - Sin City**

25/09 Crewe - The Box**

26/09 Wrexham - Central Station

28/09 Hull - Fruit**

29/09 High Wycombe - SU***

30/09 Southampton - Unit**

01/10 Kingston - Fighting Cocks**

* Support to Young Guns

** Co-headline with James Cleaver Quintet

*** Support to Japanese Voyeurs