The Pretty Reckless | Going To Hell

17:58 to hell is the latest album from The Pretty Reckless. An incredible rock band, fronted by the beautiful Taylor Momsen. The highly anticipated album was released on March 17th and has received great feedback already, and it's not hard to see why. This album continues with The Pretty Reckless' unique, original sound that once captured my attention. They have released two of the songs from this album, accompanied with great videos, which are Going To Hell and Heaven Knows. To me, The Pretty Reckless have always carried a classic Rock 'n' Roll vibe with similarities to The Runaways, only with more of a kick in their sound. The Pretty Reckless have supported Evanescence, Guns n' Roses and Marilyn Manson previously as well as recently supporting Fall Out Boy. They are also currently touring so for tour dates and to book tickets for the date closest to you, click here. I really like this album and I suggest at least giving it a quick listen. It will probably be one of my favourite 2014 released albums and I think I'm going to listen to it a lot this summer.
01. Follow Me Down
02. Going to Hell
03. Heaven Knows
04. House On a Hill
05. Why'd You Bring a Shotgun to the Party
06. Sweet Things
07. Burn
08. Blame Me
09. Dear Sister
10. Absolution
11. Fucked Up World
12. Waiting for a Friend
13. Going to Hell (acoustic)
14. Sweet Things (acoustic)

To buy the cd or purchase it on itunes/amazon click below 

1. Follow Me Down
2. Going to Hell 
3. Heaven Know
 4. House on a Hill
5. Sweet Things 
6. Dear Sister
7. Absolution
8. Blame Me
9. Burn
10. Why'd You Bring a Shotgun to the Party
11. Fucked Up World
12. Waiting for a Friend
13. Going to Hell (Live Acoustic)   
14. Sweet Things (Live) 

Thanks for reading and I hope you like the album as much as I do, April

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I'm April, a lifestyle blogger that adores going to concerts, getting tattooed and drinking coffee. Here you can find various posts all about adventures, thoughts and doings from a rock/metal enthusiast.

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