ROCKET – Debut Solo Album Artwork Revealed



TMD Rocks!

Creator of THE METAL DEN, Randy “Rocket” Cody, has issued the cover artwork for his forthcoming debut solo studio album entitled “Rocket”, designed by the man himself. Tracklist for the effort will be revealed shortly.



Rocket comments:

“This is going to be the most psycho sounding debut from any solo artist in the history of metal! I know for a fact that it blows away Gene Simmons’ solo music. That ain’t saying much, but at least I can guarantee my fans that my own self-produced rock music actually has a fucking pulse!”

“Rocket” will release on Halloween, October 31st, 2017 via THE METAL DEN RECORDS.


DO YOU WANT TO HEAR A PREVIEW OF “ROCKET”?

Listen HERE.


Randy “Rocket” Cody created TMD on Myspace in February of 2005. Myspace is a social networking website offering an interactive, user-submitted network of friends, personal profiles, blogs, groups, photos, music, and videos.

In 2016, “Rocket” amassed 1,000,000 impressions via his personal Twitter profile.

In the last handful of years, “Rocket” has shared over 120 audio/video posts that in total have received over 1.5 million views via YouTube.

TMD Records

TMD’s portfolio of sites (TMD dot com, TMD dot net, TMD Records) enjoy tens of thousands of visitors each month, without investing any money in advertising.

Currently, “Rocket” is the most widely published rock n roll journalist in the world, his work having been featured at premiere hard rock/metal webzines (Metal Injection, Blabbermouth, metalunderground) and radio (iHeart, KNAC, WMMR, Planet Rock, SIXX SENSE), to name only a few. His breaking news, interviews, rants, hoaxes, rarities, remixes and reviews have altogether received more than ten million views over the last decade. He continues to push the boundaries of rock writing and online music promotion with his crazy ass antics.


TMD’s official site was launched in 2006!!

https://twitter.com/rocketmetalden

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