I am more than impressed by this excellent band, because their mini-CD sounds perfect at all aspects, vocally, instrumental, songwise and also the production/sound quality is top-notch. Despite the 1980s Hair Metal influences, the band does never sound dated or cliché tingled, thanks to some modern touches here and there, so who knows they might become the next big thing in the USA.
Interview: Robert Cavuoto Letters from the Fire will release album “Worth the Pain” on September 9th. Thirteen songs that offer a beguiling mix of melody and heaviness and a CD that offers twists and turns: The slow piano build of “At War” gives way to the harsher realm of “Control,” while the heavy groove of “Last […]
So, is Earth Rocker their best album so far? No, I can’t say I quite feel that way, myself (that still remains Robot Hive/Exodus for me). However, it ends up being quite close and I can say that to me, Earth Rocker is their most consistent one in a little while