Check out Toronto Rockers, Random Order, on the Pages of The Latest Issue of Magnet Magazine

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Random Order, the sub-rock superstars from Toronto, have made it to the pages of Magnet Magazine after the release of their album of 'Black Lipstick Kiss', which dropped in late July.

Random Order has been together for nearly two decades and has performed all around the globe, charting the Canadian Top 30 and evening opening for artists as diverse as Joan Osborne and Salt-n-Pepa.

The band has a list of musical influences with a wide range of genres, including PJ Harvey, The Pixies and The Clash.

For their latest album 'Black Lipstick Kiss', Random Order channeled their inner spies by taking cues from Twin Peaks, Quentin Tarantino films and James Bond movies.

The album is described as "spine tingling swamp rock reggae" that attracts a diverse cultural audience.

"One can't help but marvel at Random Order's ability to bring underground culture into the mainstream," The Vinyl District praised. "For us outsiders who have been waiting for someone to champion, the messiah has arrived," they continued.

Be sure to check out the full feature on Random Order in Magnet Magazine by grabbing a copy of your own! Have a listen to a few tracks from the band's recent album 'Black Lipstick Kiss' below, and for more information, releases and tour date announcements from Random Order, visit