Midnite City – In At The Deep End Review

The fifth album of the UK Boys has lost none of the charm of its predecessors. Following the Swedish model, MIDNITE CITY rocks their way through the ten new...

Released by: Pride and Joy

Release Date: Out Now!!!

Genre: Melodic Hard Rock/Glam/Sleaze

Links: https://www.facebook.com/midnitecityuk/

 

Line Up:

Rob Wylde 

Miles Meakin 

Shawn Charvette 

Josh Williams

Ryan Briggs

 

Tracklist:

Outbreak
Ready To Go
Someday
Hardest Heart To Break
Good Time Music
All Fall Down
Girls Gone Wild
Beginning Of The End
Raise The Dead
It’s Not Me It’s You
Like There’s No Tomorrow

 

The fifth album of the UK Boys has lost none of the charm of its predecessors. Following the Swedish model, MIDNITE CITY rocks their way through the ten new tracks, not as “sweet” as their counterparts from Tigertailz, and let the melodies (“Someday”) also follow gritty rock tracks (“Girls Gone Wild”).

This includes with “Hardest Heart To Break” a top ballad, as Bon Jovi has not released since his finest hours of the first three albums. Of course, the gentlemen of heaviness play with “Raise The Dead” their hardest ace. During the complete work especially singer and songwriter Rob Wylde leaves a more than just good figure and provides the party cracker “Like There’s No Tomorrow” for the appropriate conclusion. If you had to classify Midnite City, they would be in very good company between Crazy Lixx, the old Bon Jovi and Danger Danger. Fans of melodic hard rock with a touch of sleaze should definitely listen to “In At The Deep End” and indulge in the “good mood” tracks of the Englishmen.

Amazingly, a band manages to present a thick pound of this kind again in such a short time. What comes out of the boxes is first-class melodic rock, which would have resounded loudly from all others of this planet in the eighties. For some, this may already be the crux of the matter, because Midnite City serves an audience that, unfortunately, has had a hard time finding it’s 80’s niche. But this is more than a pity because here music pleases the listener, and deserves to be heard and should not only be heard by a small elite circle. “In At The Deep End” is one of those albums that will gladly turn its circle in the player again and again and can enrich the genre.

 

Written by: SleazyRider

Ratings: 8/10

 

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