The Dead Daisies are set to release their sixth studio album ‘RADIANCE’ on September 30
Hopefully, with the release of Runaway Men, Galaxy will be inspired to create more music. This is the type of Prog Rock that has commercial appeal as well. The songs can impact all types of music lovers. I hope this album is heard by people. This is yet another musical surprise for me this year.
‘Feel This’ is an emotional album that sounds authentic. Crobot unleashes the beast of rock’n’roll and doesn’t try to tame it. It is the pure energy that runs free with the quartet in the driver’s seat. Modern and sophisticated hard rock in the `20s should sound like what you get offered on ‘Feel This’. Let’s rock.
Tours long in the making due to Covid have finally seem to be making it’s way through towns in America. This was the case with the many times reschduel Theory of a Deadman tour that finally got it’s barrings and hit Huntsville. The atmosphere was packed this brisk Tuesday evening in the Rocket city. With the convenice of the venue so close to downtown and the regular crowd of rockers that always show up for these shows all queue up, we couldn’t wait to step once more into a new year filled wiht promise and hopefully more live gigs.
‘Gunslinger’, one of my undisputable top picks on this album of gems sounds like it could have been plucked from one of Hutchinson’s earlier albums. There’s a catchy familiarity about this track which makes for addictive listening and repeat play.
The band flirts with those tiny bits of sounds and pieces here and there to make their classic melodic hardrock sound original, diverse and authentic, and this can be heard throughout the whole album. Other highlights are the uptempo classic rocker Devil Woman, the instrumental 70s pomprocking Great Big Genius, the 70s RUSH/TRIUMPH ish classic prog/rocker The Brotherhood Song (which also has a bit of southern rock influences) and the 70s HANOI ROCKS/NEW YORK DOLLS ish glamrocker Backyard Barbeque. Without a doubt, a must-hear band to check out if you want to hear high class original Melodic Hardrock!
SNAFU’s 11 finely crafted songs, full of rock’n’roll attitude were produced by Dave Draper, with Paul Cook and Tom Spencer co-producing. The album is an aural treat, with no calculated image or reliance on nostalgia.
I’m going to rate this one a 10. It’s the best rock album I’ve heard in a while. Buy it!
‘Rolling’ is another definitive highlight for me, instantly reeling me in, the vocals and changes in tempo are undeniably intoxicating, quite simply put, this epitomises everything that a rock song should be…