The music is energetic and interesting, the vocals are haunting and mysterious and the lyrics are witty and well-written, all of these attributes combine to make a very refreshing alternative rock album that should certainly make some waves throughout the whole of 2011. While certainly a step away from my chosen genres, SHOWROOM OF COMPASSION drew me in and still hasn’t let me go…
The Ramblin’ Man Fair was the definitive highlight of my musical year in 2015 and with this year’s event seeing the addition of an extra stage, meaning even more excellent bands on the bill
The press release hinted at the band’ sound as cross mixed between Black Label Society and Nickelback, the truth is that they have kin of their own sound and integrate modern American hard rock with some more mainstream hooks and antics on the Metal side of things. Is a good listen a few times but i didn’t feel as I was listening to anything powerful in terms of the music composition itself.