South Korea's biggest rock band are testing the waters outside of their homeland with their first-ever English-language single, 'Cigarette Girl'.

Veterans of the South Korean music scene, YB formed in 1994 and have since sold more than two million albums. Their frantic brand of rock is a stark (and welcome) contrast to the K-Pop their country is famous for.

YB were finally able to go global once they singed on with former Guns n' Roses manager Doug Goldstein. In addition to the single being released worldwide, the band also have a run of dates here in the States. They're playing Dallas March 7 and will be a part of South by Southwest coming up in Austin.

Check out 'Cigarette Girl' and help us decide if the track is worthy of regular airplay on the Buzz.