Rolling against the road of Bangla Band music

Posted by Kaahon Desk On May 16, 2015

Keeping in mind the context of practicing Bangla Band music, Road Roller is more than aware of the uphill task ahead of them. Given the fact that the music scene across the globe is considering rock music phenomenon to be a dead horse, the very term Bangla Band or Bangla rock is like a joke! But far from giving up, Road Roller seems driven by their conviction, their sincere and organic attachment to their mother tongue and immense faith and respect for their idols, the elderly demigods of 70s and 80s Hard Rock and Heavy metal including Deep Purple, Motörhead, AC/DC, Judas Priest and Iron Maiden. While the world around them has given way to electronic music et al, these bands refused to stray even an inch from their own sound or their own music. Thus, even for Road Roller, monotony in their songs is a quality rather than a drawback. Their dedication to rock music as well as carefree attitude is evident in their songs too!

Previous Kaahon updates on Bangla Band Music:

Chandrabindoo stumbles @ 9th, leaves it for future listeners (click here).

Anindya Bose @ Bangla Bands grew in age, their music didn’t (click here).

Pinky flashes on success of Bangla Band and its cost! (click here).

Sidhu refuses to admit dwindling status of Bangla Band Music (click here).

Gabu is musically enriched playing beyond Bangla Band (click here).

Abhijit Barman (Pota): Music began at college canteen (click here).

Kanishka (Pinky) remembers the days when Cactus was born (click here).

Sidhu was not happy being namesake to ex-chief minister (click here).

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