The tall swaggering lead singer has the voice of Jon Bon Jovi circa 1987, the moves of a younger Brett Michaels and does a neat turn with an acoustic guitar
It really looks like it’s paying off for Salvation Jayne especially when the crowd contains at least one record company executive.
I’m looking for Collateral to deliver a ‘Livin’ On A Prayer’ or ‘You Give Love A Bad Name’ for the 21st century.
Interview with Jim Lea by Adrian Hextall James Whild “Jim” Lea (born 14 June 1949) is an English musician, most notable for playing bass guitar, keyboards, piano, violin, guitar, and singing backing vocals in Slade from their inception until 1992, and for co-writing most of their songs. We caught up with Jim to talk about […]
Inside this Cavern is Worthless, and despite its name, this track is far from it. 7 Minutes plus of heavy headbanging beats, with long instrumentals that allow each musician to show off their prowess.
The vocals are aggressive and a little un-hinged, but somehow also manage to remain pretty clean and more legible than a lot of Doom based bands that add a certain layer of Death Metal to the vocals.
the line-up consists of CLUTCH vocalist Neil Fallon, James Rota from FIREBALL MINISTRY, brother of Bam and CKY drummer Jess Margera, FU MANCHU bassist Brad Davis and guitarist Dave Bone..
Once again I hear tips of the hat to TESTAMENT, SLAYER, EXODUS and MEGADETH, mixed with the slight modern overtones of the groovier acts like PANTERA, MACHINE HEAD and a tiny little bit of TRIVIUM…
The band play a brand of death metal that combines the brutality of traditional death metal, with the more melodic and symphonic touched of the modern variety of death metal to find a really good balanced middle ground that should appeal to fans from both sides of the fence…