SPIDER ROCKETS Debut Lyric Video For “Break”


Song Taken From Band’s Latest Release Bitten

Everyone has been Bitten by the infectious sounds of New Jersey’s SPIDER ROCKETSThe album has received some real love from press and made Top Adds on the CMJ Metal charts. At secondary market active rock, SPIDER ROCKETS triumphed over respectable heavy hitters like Five Finger Death Punch, Pennywise, Hellyeah and other kick-ass contenders. Since the release of Bitten, the group has toured with Trapt, opened for the likes of Papa Roach, Steel Panther, Saigon Kick, and their track, “Going Down,” was picked up by the WWE and served as wrestler Charlotte Flair’s entrance AND victory theme for 2 quarters of 2014.


Now the band is pleased to debut their FIRST EVER lyric video for the song “Break.”  For the concept, the band wanted to make this a fun video to watch and was drawn to powerful and dramatic pulp art from the 1930’s through the early 1960s.  The video was created and directed by Jason Nappi and Roman Fernandez.


“People on the verge, mummies, aliens, monsters and spiders  — what’s not to like?” says frontwoman Helena Cos.  Check out the video HERE!

Bitten is available for purchase via iTunes and Amazon.


SPIDER ROCKETS combines contemporary loud rock with classic rock elements.  The New Jersey based band travels the sonic spectrum from dark and seductive to energetic to angry, with a dynamic live show and scream-along anthems.  Interestingly enough for a band called SPIDER ROCKETS, it is a bit strange that members of the band are afraid of spiders…. Although, it seems that they may be starting to overcome their fear based on the title of their album, Bitten  


On Bitten, the band worked once again with producer Eric Rachel in New Jersey.  In South Florida, Ryan Sambrook provided additional production and Zach Ziskin mixed the album. From both a compositional and performance standpoint, Bitten is the group’s strongest work to date. Long before completion of the record, an early rendition of one stand-out track “Scream,” garnered over 35,000 hits on YouTube without any promotional efforts and no official release.

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