The band has made a name for itself for the well-balanced sound and the energy that drives them on stage, and this album is no exception. Raging guitars, catchy riffs, a thundering rhythm section, smooth to raucous vocals, all a testament to the band’s style: a mixture of the hard rock and southern rock of the 1970s played to sound completely contemporary. After all, the touch of a genius has made sure of that: all tracks were mastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound, NY.
From the minimalistic impertinence of the opening track, ‘Straight To Hell’, the painful solitude of ‘On The Run’ (the only ballad in the album), the country-infused ‘Sweet Little Babe’, to the blatant debauchery of ‘High’ and the saucy optimism of ‘Take It Easy’, the band pays tribute to their heroes, legends like AC/DC, ZZ Top and Lynyrd Skynyrd. At the same time, their diverse musical background helps in establishing their own unique style. Familiar, yet not hackneyed.
If you’re new to southern hard rock, this album is a good way to begin your maiden musical voyage. If not, it will remind you of most of the qualities that made rock what it is: uncompromising, unbowed, stubbornly resolute.
Digipack - 14 pages color booklet
1. Straight to Hell - 5:09
2. God Damned - 3:35
3. High - 3:41
4. On the Run - 4:14
5. Take It Easy - 4:23
6. Sweet Little Babe - 3:57
7. Ride On - 4:53
8. Feels Like Home - 4:37
9. Goliath - 3:01
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