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Juggernott: Taking The Hill With New CD 'Trenchcrawler'

Jacksonville, FL (Top40 Charts/ Mindsweep Entertainment & Promotions) - One thing is for certain, trying to make it in the music industry is not for sissies! One must have not only what it takes when it comes to equal amounts of musical talent and professionalism, but also an extreme amount of dedication to the cause, an immense amount of fortitude to be able to both overcome all obstacles and withstand the blows, have a strong strategy for success, as well as an exceptionally tough musical product that out performs the vast amount of competition in the eyes and ears of
both the 'powers that be' within the music industry and with fans alike. It's nothing less than a battle to gain success in the music industry, within a war to maintain it.

One such band that has been forged by fire into one of the strongest heavy metal bands on the rise in the music industry today, and have definitely earned their stripes, is the band Juggernott, who has proven they have what it takes (and more), to 'take the hill' in the genre of heavy metal with their brand new independently produced CD, "Trenchcrawler".

Fans nationally and worldwide can attest that Juggernott's new CD "Trenchcrawler" delivers high caliber performances with superior fire power by all members of the band on this CD. However, Tracks 1 (title track), and Track 2, ("Read Em & Weep"), serves as prime examples of their ability to create their music with innate signature structure and style, (miles off the beaten path of the typical heavy metal structural sound), and pull it off with super tight precision and musical maneuverability. All throughout this CD, all three band members that makes up the band Juggernott deliver a surprise attack of impressive amounts of individual skill, tightness and solidity, while creating an extremely full sound for a band consisting of only three members.

Juggernott, which as the name implies, (as a juggernaut is defined as a "massive inexorable force, campaign, movement, or object that crushes whatever is in its path"), are indeed living up to their name by defying all odds of rising to greatness in the music industry, coming from the very small, rural, Midwestern town of Rosedale, Indiana; to have gained a large and steadily growing fan base and a significant amount of recognition both all throughout the US and worldwide since the band formed in 1997. Their 'no surrender attitude' and determination also proves that the band Juggernott also has the dedication and fortitude it takes to make it in the music industry. This is a band that not only talks the talk, but are tough enough to walk the walk; and have acquired their share of battle scars along the way while gaining ground towards taking the hill in their rise to success in the music industry.

Juggernott's second CD, titled "Necessary Evil" released in 2004, gave the band plenty of heavy ammunition and morale needed to fight the battle, as after that CD was released, Juggernott gained rave reviews for their work on that outstanding CD all across the globe from fans, as well as in numerous esteemed music industry related publications, a significant amount of airplay on mainstream, internet and college radio stations everywhere, and even earned them the respect, alliances and recognition from a number of legendary headliners of the genre. Juggernott's third CD, "Trenchcrawler" has what it takes musically to provide them the reinforcements needed to gain for this band, even higher ground in the music industry.

The cool thing is, the whole message behind Juggernott's new "Trenchcrawler" CD is all about that battle, and provides morale and encouragement, (in a heavy metal sort of way), to others trying to make it in the music industry, and in all walks of life; to keep fighting the good fight, and to believe in yourself, and never to sell yourself short or out. In short, never surrender, as defeat is not an option.

Juggernott is:

Barry Bollinger~ Guitar and backing vocals.

Shane McWilliams~ Bass and backing vocals.

Steve Lawrence~ Drums and Lead Vocals.

Juggernott's latest CD "Trenchcrawler" was recorded at Nottingham Studios, which is located in Rosedale, Indiana, and owned by Juggernott's lead vocalist/drummer Steve Lawrence, who is also the Executive Producer of this CD; which attests further to his many talents beyond being a formidable force as a drummer and skilled vocalist, but also his considerable talent as a producer.

Fans and music industry execs that have not yet heard tracks off of Juggernott's latest hard driving CD "Trenchcrawler" can do so by visiting Juggernott's official My Space site at: One can also gain more info on the band, check out upcoming tour dates etc by visiting the same site.

Juggernott's "Trenchcrawler" was officially released on September 22, 2008, and is available for purchase now at CD Baby, DigStation, via Juggernott's official My Space site, and other internet purchasing outlets as they come aboard.

Juggernott is now seeking and accepting performance dates and sponsorship for their 2009 tour to promote their brand new CD, and would make an excellent opening act for any major headliner within the genre of heavy metal.
(As long as they are not scared of a little steep competition, as Juggernott knows how to work an audience as they are equally a force to be reckoned with on stage as they are in the studio.)

Interested venues, festival promoters and management of major headlining acts that would like Juggernott to open for them, can contact Juggernott's Management at: or by phone at 812-208-4113.

The band Juggernott would appreciate the opportunity to perform for fans on their upcoming tour all throughout the US, as well as Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, Japan, Australia, and many European destinations including England, Germany, France, Spain, Ireland, Scotland, Greece, Italy, and also Egypt, Brazil and Russia.
Juggernott has also expressed the desire and willingness to perform for US Military and Co-allition Forces stationed within the US and abroad.

Throughout the upcoming tour, Juggernott has in the works, the making of a DVD of the songs off of their "Trenchcrawler" CD performed live at various venues. The DVD which has an actual story line, is/will be narrated by Juggernott's Drummer/Lead Vocalist, Steve Lawrence, and will be videoing the DVD at all live upcoming concerts on this tour.

Juggernott's influences are: Rush, Pantera, Zack Wilde, Black Sabbath, Alice Cooper, Aerosmith, Black Label Society, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Ozzy Osbourne, Dime Bag Darryl, Godsmack, Disturbed, AC/DC, Zebra, Anthrax, Rob Zombie, The Allman Brothers Band, ZZ Top, Metallica, Tool, Megadeth, Judas Priest, and Iron Maiden, amongst their many.

Juggernott fans nationally and worldwide can expect further articles to come on this band via Mindsweep Entertainment & Promotions, as we will keep you posted on news and tour updates etc., in the very near future.
Mindsweep Entertainment & Promotions' recommended tracks off this CD: Track 4, ("Nevermore/Snakebite"), Track 5, ("Pulsar"), Track 8, ("33 Pieces"), Track 9, ("W.T.F."), and especially Track 10, ("Back to Dust").
If you are a fan of a$$ kicking heavy metal, then resistance is futile, you've got to get this CD!

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