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RHINO, the unrelenting powerhouse of Australian hard rock, have unleashed their latest sonic juggernaut, Falcon. Following their meteoric rise in the Australian hard rock scene, which saw them perform as main support for Wolfmother nine times and share the stage with COG – the band is ready to conquer new horizons.

“They (RHINO) have a great tone & a huge sound.” – Andrew Stockdale

Known for their electrifying live performances and a reputation that precedes them, RHINO is no stranger to the big stages, having graced festivals alongside heavyweights like Grinspoonthe Butterfly Effect, and Cosmic Psychos.

Falcon has been a roaring favourite when performed live, earning an enthusiastic response from fans every time it hits the stage. RHINO‘s approach to crafting new music is a testament to their commitment to their audience. “We always like to test our songs out in front of crowds before deciding what to record,” shares the band. “We played “FALCON” in front of a sold out crowd at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney the response was insane, we knew we had to get “FALCON” down“.

To capture the raw energy and power of Falcon, RHINO enlisted the acclaimed Jeff Lovejoy (Powderfinger, Regurgitator), renowned for his knack for delivering impeccable soundscapes. Lovejoy‘s recording prowess, combined with RHINO‘s undeniable talent, ensures that Falcon will be a tour de force in the world of hard rock.

Falcon promises to be a relentless anthem, showcasing RHINO‘s signature gritty vocals, thunderous riffs, and an unmistakable energy that has become their trademark. With each chord and every beat, the band takes you on a thrilling sonic journey that leaves you craving more.

RHINO‘s unwavering commitment to their craft and their fans has propelled them to the forefront of the Australian hard rock scene. Falcon is the latest chapter in their epic musical journey, and it’s bound to solidify their status as one of Australia’s most electrifying hard rock acts.

Stay tuned for the release of Falcon as RHINO continues to dominate stages, airwaves, and the hearts of rock enthusiasts across the country.

No bullshit rock, backed up with raw, gravelly vocals.” – Tracey Moyle (Music Maven Events)

With a sound that somehow walks the line between stadium-rock and heavy metal while balancing blues and grunge on each horn, I can quite confidently confirm the wise words of Benson last night; “RHINO… is a beast.” – Rangi White (Good Call Live)




Thanks to Footstomp Music

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