One particularly impressive thing about the album is how perfectly it flows even with all the variety in the songwriting. The best example of this is at the end of “The Perfect Young Man” as the song slowly fades away at the end, while the next song “Who Cares” starts out very slowly before eventually taking off, so it feels like a natural progression.
2015 has been an intense year for Bristol’s rising stars Tax The Heat. Following the release of two critically acclaimed singles “Fed The Lions” and “Highway Home” (both of which were playlisted across rock radio – A listed on Planet Rock) the band have cemented their live reputation by supporting the likes of Cadillac 3, Reef, The Graveltones, Black Star Riders, Masters Of Reality, Virginmarys and Thunder and festival appearances such as 2000 Trees, Download and Calling. The bands unique blend of classic blues driven rock with a modern alternative twist winning them a legion of fans.
The cheer that greeted Backyard Babies guitarist Dregen almost lifted the roof of The Garage. They then proceeded to lay waste to some of the Super$hit 666 songs as well as a storming cover of Motörhead’s ‘Ace of Spades’.