The Cruel Intentions

The cult of The Cruel Intentions vow to bring back the golden days of rock and roll, through the glorious ways of the demigods of Guns ‘N Roses, L.A. Guns and Mötley Crüe.

The music reek of confidence – it is fast paced, humorous and hard-hitting, delivered to you by this decades most tenacious, vigorous and sassy band.

With a light mix of optimism and pessimism as their basic recipe The Cruel Intentions graze upon subjects like dark side of happy-go-lucky lifestyles, how mistakes spurt growth, and how choosing to stand out and live on the curbs of our society’s norms is both a freedom and a burden.

The Cruel Intentions was founded in 2015, and consists of Mats Wernerson, Lizzy DeVine, Kristian Solhaug and Robin Nilsson.
All which have previously been involved in an array of different bands. Notably Lizzy De Vine lived several years in Los Angeles where he was the singer and songwriter of Vains of Jenna, a band that got their breakthrough with performances in the movies Jackass/Viva La Bam/Kat Von Dee’s LA Ink, together with touring multiple times throughout the states.
With over 2,5 million streams on Spotify and international recognition for their insanely intense live shows, The Cruel Intentions present a unique take on sleaze rock in a modern, Guns N’ Roses meets Sex Pistols meets Buckcherry style.

The band just released their 2nd album Venomous Anonymous!

This week the band takes over the DJ chair(s) at Metal Express Radio to host the Friday DJ Show. The band will present 10 kickass tracks that have been influential to the band. After the show we will spin a handful of tracks of the brand new album.

The Friday Guest DJ Hour Show airs at the following times:

15:00 and 21:00 Central Europe
9:00 am and 3:00 pm US East Coast
6:00 am and 12:00 pm US West Coast

Find ways to tune in here.

While you wait check out the video for Venomous Anonymous



  • Stig G. Nordahl

    Stig is the founder and the president of Metal Express Radio, based out of Oslo, Norway. He has been around doing Metal radio since the mid-eighties. In fact, running Metal Express Radio takes almost all of his time. Is it worth it...? "Most times, yes," Stig says. "My philosophy is to try to give all Metal releases a fair chance to get promoted in one way or another. As you can imagine, it can be an arduous task to listen through about 20 albums every week! Still, I know we have the best METAL dedicated radio on this planet, and that is a reward in and of itself. I hope one day the whole Metal community can and will make listening to Metal Express Radio part of their daily rituals! Yeah, right..."

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