Album Reviews

Foxy Shazam – The Church Of Rock And Roll Review

Seriously folks, if this is the future of rock ‘n’ roll, then finally we can all get excited again, because this sort of stuff I would listen to everyday without a problem. Within the first two songs of this album I could hear elements of bands like QUEEN, LED ZEPPELIN, BAD COMPANY and some more modern influences like MIKA, THE DARKNESS and THE KILLERS…

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Lou Reed And Metallica – Lulu Review

I can’t in all honesty say that LULU is anything more than a collective of people with their heads stuck up their own asses chucking some crap together and putting it on a disc

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The Fairchilds – Our Revolution Review

Is no surprise that some of the songs have been built to attract a broad base of fan-base and media, and with that in mind you also have help from producer Jim Lowe who has worked with such acts as Stereophonics, Herbie Hancock and Foo Fighters.

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Red Remedy – Oblivion Review

RED REMEDY have an interesting sound that takes its cues from a mixture of modern radio rock and some late nineties/early 2000’s alternative rock and metal a la bands like INCUBUS, SEVENDUST and fellow hometown heroes GRINSPOON. But where the sound really flourishes is with the addition of a heavy layer of melodic rock sensibility and a real no-jokes underlying groove.//

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Red Hot Chili Peppers – I’m With You Review

The album is almost progressive in its nature, keeping the blend of funk and hard rock but also adding some odd time signatures, a bossa-nova segment and also a couple of occasions where you could be tempted to call the sound disco and even a near hip-hip piece too…

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Apache – Radical Sabbatical

APACHE play a pretty different style of music that draws as much from indie rock and garage rock as it does old-school punk rock, but the whole thing is approached with a slightly tongue-in-cheek feel and while I wouldn’t say it’s comedy, it sure isn’t all that serious either…

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Adakain – Silhouette Of Lies

To get an idea on what SILHOUETTES OF LIES has to offer, try and imagine if you will a bit of TAPROOT and BREAKING BENJAMIN, mixed with a slight touch of the more emo sounding vocals of a band like FROM AUTUMN TO ASHES then add some STAIND and even a light hint of Aussie indie rockers THIRSTY MERC to boot…

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Jebediah – Kosciuszko

It would seem that the guys from JEBEDIAH have taken this into account and have launched a comeback album of their own that takes their signature style and infuses it with modern pop rock sensibilities to varying degrees of success…