The Boston rock act give a special bonus for their fans in Europe by adding one extra track for their upcoming new LP's European version.
Reunited Boston rockers Extreme are giving a special treat for their European fans by giving one exclusive song titled "Americocaine" for their upcoming record "Saudades de Rock"'s European edition. Not only that, their devotees in the continent will also have the chance to purchase the new record earlier than their fans in the U.S. The LP's European edition is set to be outed on August 1 while the U.S. release is on August 12.
Prior to the new record's release the band's frontman and guitarist Nuno Bettencourt, reveal some details about it at a recent interview with S&M Morning Show. Beside speaking about the new record, in the interview Nuno also explained about the cause of Extreme's breakup stating that he was the one to be blamed for it.
"Saudades de Rock" is the rockers' new album after 13 year of absence from the music industry. For the new LP's promotion the band have already streamed their lead singe titled "Star" via their official MySpace page since June 17. The Queen inspired track has received generally good comments from their fans.
Beside preparing to release their new album, the rockers have also announced that they will be hitting the road for a world tour named "Take Us Alive" this year. The funk rockers will start their tour on July 11, in Pryor, Oklahoma and will end it on September 13 at the Rock of Ages Festival in Milan, Italy.