From the well-traveled roads of NYC, where thousands of previous bands have walked, a passionate crew by the name of July A.D. hones their own Rock and Roll craft.

One doesn’t have to go far into the latest album by July A.D. to recognize that Rock and Roll still has a strong pulse.  In Black contains well-crafted compositions that include “That’s Not True”, a heavy-edged blend of psychedelic rock from the ’60s, and the progressive-minded “The Lonely Night”.

The album is comprised of ten tracks, each a little different from the other.  But they all share an intense love of the ageism in Rock music.  Songs like “In Ravens Flight”, and the more current sounding “Tablets of Time” explore.

July A.D. is immensely proud of their work.  They believe in it.  The music found on In Black is good music to be enjoyed.

Release Date: March 27, 2012

–Matt Rowe

By MARowe

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