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Scotty Austin - ‘Lucifer's Rain (The Bad One Is Back)’

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Wrapped in devilish energy, Tennessee native and former Saving Abel band member Scotty Austin returns to the main stage with his titanic new single, ‘Lucifer's Rain (The Bad One Is Back)’. Filled to the brim with an intense rock sound, the new cut arrives as a future hard rock classic that effortlessly captures the zeitgeist of our troubled times.

Right from the start, Scotty’s new anthem hits with thunderous drums, roaring guitars, and his signature, electrifying vocals, forging a diabolical tempest of sounds that will cut you to the quick time and time again. Both haunting and invigorating, the track is a perfect illustration of Scotty’s raw musical approach, delivering a diabolical sonic journey that will get under your skin and leave you wanting more.

‘Lucifer's Rain (The Bad One Is Back)’ is the second instalment in the re-imagining of the original single by Stevie B, and sees Scotty collaborating with multi-platinum producer Malcolm Springer. Together Scott and Malcolm have seamlessly stitched their artistic visions, carving out an original sound that resonates with the darkness lurking beneath the surface of society.

Scotty’s solo career took off after his successful stint with Saving Abel, who are best known fortheir smash hit ‘Addicted’, which has gained over 175 million streams on Spotify alone. Since then, he’s made his mark with a passionaterendition of Billy Idol’s ‘Rebel Yell’, and the anthemic ‘Money’. Alongside the release of ‘Lucifer's Rain (The Bad One Is Back)’, Scotty has also shared a titanic music video which was produced by Antonio Carlos Silva Filho.

With the release of ‘Lucifer’s Rain (The Bad One Is Back)’ Scotty is on track to continue his rich legacy of rock and roll. The fusion of his distinctive style with the hard rock reinterpretation of the original cut delivers an unforgettable musical experience that will impress fans, both new and old. Be sure to look out for Scotty’s upcoming releases as he continues to scale new heights in modern hard rock.

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