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|From: Reverend Mayhem
||Date: April 16, 2014 at 8:43|
|This Florida quartet's debut reverberates with '90s Dokken grunge dalliances ("Dysfunctional," "Shadowlife") and a melding of Nickleback with "Wait"-era Steelheart. Dominated by slower, heavy grooves broken up by the occasional up-speed rocker and some mellow acoustic noodling that gives way to obligatory modern power ballad harmony wailing (which I could do without). Front dude Jeff Shields has a cool voice (that is, when he leaves behind the Chad Kroeger register and heads for higher Johnny Gioeli territory), and there's some nice slide guitar bits here and there that add a little earthiness to the overall modern-ish riffing. Overall, not bad -- but not earth-shattering. A close comparison is Damon Johnson's "Slave To The System" one-off project, which went . . . nowhere. Maybe these lads will prove more enduring. 65/100
||Date: April 17, 2014 at 3:50|
|Reverend Mayhem - 90s Dokken grunge? doesn't come to mind for this act to my ears. I do agree with you on Shields powerful vocals as his vox has a southern,bluesy feel with range. I submitted this one as it flew completely under the HH radar for best of (2013), not even getting a honorable mention. I put this release in in my top 10 releases for last year. The first 4 tracks are the strong with excellent musicianship and the nice ballad "One Sweet Day". The band has some range as a couple of the tracks dive into soul-infused monster truck jams. It looks like they self released this one on November 12, 2013 then re-released it on (Feb 7, 2014) with Amazon.com CD-R's manufactured on demand since the S/T was self released. Surprised a label hasn't picked up this talented band up or that they haven't got any print in rock publications. "RISE" track https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sSPSlvxhiUA
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