NORTHWEST ROYALE: Album Samples Available

Eugene, Oregon quintet NORTHWEST ROYALE have posted two songs from their upcoming album, "Home Is Where The Hate Is", on their page. Check out the tracks "Kill All the Haters" and "16 Chokes" at this location.

"Home Is Where The Hate Is" is scheduled for release on May 9 via Rock Ridge Music. The CD was recorded in San Francisco with Chris Hanson of Redcar Lane Productions and the band sharing the production helm. NORTHWEST ROYALE are known for their intense live shows and they've built a huge following in the Pacific Northwest, sharing stages (since their inception in 2000) with the likes of DISTURBED, SLAYER, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, MASTODON, ROB ZOMBIE, PRONG and many others, and they've performed in the past on the J├Ągermeister Music Tour. Bandmembers include Colton D. Williams (guitar, lead vocals), Kenny Nestor (bass, backing vocals), Beef Wellington (drums), Travis Zering (guitar), and Blake Owens (keyboards, percussion, vocals).

NORTHWEST ROYALE can be found online at


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