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The last four years have been filled with plenty of ups and downs for the young band from Atlanta, Georgia. From line-up changes to living out of cars and rich girl's pocketbooks to fist fighting their way through redneck crowds in the seedy Atlanta underground, Steadlür have beat the odds. Drawing influence from the likes of Guns n' Roses to Mötley Crüe to Foo Fighters to KISS, and everything in between, Steadlür kick out their own intoxicating brand of rock 'n' roll ecstasy, complete with anthemic melodies and addictive hooks. Read more on Last.fm

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Album: Steadlür – Steadlür

May 26th, 2009

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Steadlür
Steadlür
Roadrunner Records
18 May 2009

by Ryan Williams

Kicking off with the sound of someone else’s motorcycle starting and a noodling riff stolen from the ‘80s leading into Sebastian Bach’s long-disowned son shouting some crap about screaming like a demon and crawling on the ceiling, Atlanta, Georgia’s Steadlür set the tone for their album perfectly.

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Future Hits 029: Steadlür

May 18th, 2009

We can count on one hand the number of times Roadrunner Records has got it wrong when it comes to signing bands. That’s why we caught up with Philip Steadlür, lead singer and guitarist of American newcomers Steadlür for a chat

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From: Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Sounds like: Skid Row, Motley Crue, Madina Lake
Website: www.MySpace.com/Steadlür

Thrash Hits verdict: We reckon that with their big choruses, classic guitar licks and clear ambition these boys are going to pick up a few fans on this trip to the UK and they’re going to do their damnedest to keep hold of every one of them. And it helps they’re dead sexy. It helps us, anyway. Errr…

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Eight more bands announced for Download Festival 2009

March 24th, 2009

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The latest download announcement is something of a mixed bag – on the plus side, we have confirmation of an appearance by the mighty Opeth, who are every bit as prog as Mastodon but without the burden of a million desperate hipsters trailing in their wake. Even better is the news that the tech-metal skills of Meshuggah will be returning to the UK to flip Donington Park on its head. The downside is Lawnmower Deth – a joke band that wasn’t even funny the first time around – have also been booked to play.

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