Wildstreet released two new singles, "One Tattoo" and "Born to Be (RLK)" today via Golden Robot Records. The two tracks were originally released in 2014 under the name RAVE LA KILL and were mixed by Kyle Kelso and mastered by Howie Weinberg.
After Wildstreet reportedly broke up in 2013, Eric Jayk and co-founder Jimmie Marlowe teamed up with New Jersey guitarist/vocalist Felix Skiver and started using the pseudonym ‘Rave La Kill.’ The project released two singles in 2014, "Born To Be" & "One Tattoo". "Born To Be" was later re-recorded and released as part of Wildstreet III, released via Golden Robot Records in 2021. The album has 1.8 million streams on Spotify. They also released a cover of The 69 Eyes classic "Mrs.Sleazy." They have been added to editorial playlists by Apple Music and Spotify.
The band spent most of 2021 on tour in the USA which included Rockfest WI, but they remarkably also toured in Europe performing at Swiss Rock Cruise in Switzerland, France and Belgium.
Wildstreet began in 2006 and released their self-titled debut album on Retrospect Records in 2009. The band spent the next 4 years touring nonstop and performing at US festivals including: Rocklahoma (5 consecutive years), SXSW & M3 Rock Festival. Wildstreet rocked alongside Black Veil Brides, Vains of Jenna, The Bouncing Souls, The Last Vegas, Twisted Sister, Michael Monroe, Crashdiet, Diemonds, Kix, LA Guns and more. The band won the Best Buy/Ernie Ball Battle of the Bands for Rockstar Energy’s Uproar Festival, and opened for Avenged Sevenfold, Sevendust and Three Days Grace in Camden, NJ.
In 2011, the band released Wildstreet II..Faster..Louder! to widespread critical acclaim. They made an appearance on “The Jimmy Fallon Show” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mT2Wpp7NkK8) and their songs were licensed to TV shows on E!, MTV, VH1, Oxygen, TBS and in a THQ video game. Later that year, the band released the official music video for “Poison Kiss,” which included a cameo by Don Jameson of “The Metal Show.” Wildstreet now had the attention of rock fans worldwide. In 2012, the band released the single “Easy Does It,” and it’s official music video. The video went viral on YouTube. Wildstreet has well-over 5 million views and nearly 8,000 subscribers on that platform.
After taking a 2 1/2 year break off and dodging rumors of a band breakup, Wildstreet exploded back onto the NYC scene in 2016, headlining Gramercy Theatre with new lineup. In early 2017, the band rocked NYC with Faster Pussycat and The Biters and headed to Rocklahoma for the 6th time.
In 2017 Wildstreet released "Raise Hell" the first single of their highly anticipated full length album, ‘III.’ Over the next four years, the band released 6 singles and 4 music videos. Signing with Golden Robot Records in 2020, Wildstreet III was released on June 25, 2021. While many bands opted out touring in 2021, Wildstreet brought live rock n roll to the people in USA.
Wildstreet III has reached 1.8 million streams on Spotify. Three of their singles have been mainstays to Spotify’s editorial playlist ‘Hard Rock’ & Apple Music ‘Breaking Hard Rock.’ On October 18th they released release a cover of The 69Eyes classic "Mrs. Sleazy" via Golden Robot Records. They just finished their second tour in Europe which included shows in France, Switzerland and Belgium, including Swiss Rock Cruise. To end the year they toured the East Coast USA in November. Wildstreet has confirmed shows and festival dates in Mexico, South America, UK, and Europe next year and will begin working on a new full-length follow up to Wildstreet III.