The bluesy rock from this formation is bringing us right in the mood. Some sad and slow tunes pass by but are brought with the right passion, straight from the heart. Very convincing and giving the album its flair. The ballads are where this album gets its shine. What comes to notice is that the music has a modern twist. Some bands prefer to keep to their original sound, but these guys are not denying times have changed and seem to adapt that into their sound. That will perhaps not go well with all their fans from first hour, but may speak to a new and younger generation more.
Vocals specifically are doing well in this release. They are the key factor to drawing you in. The variation is well, the band has the skills on board to entertain us throughout.
So, it is safe to say that Steelheart made an album that not all their fans will like, but they took the risk and do as they please, which is not so bad at all. If you listen with an open mind and have no problems with a modern edge in this kind of music than, you will certainly enjoy this release.
Miljenko Matijevic – Zang & Gitaar
Uros Raskovski – Gitaar
James “Rev” Jones, Sigve Sjursen, Jesse Stern – Bas
Mike Humbert, Randy Cooke – Drums
Daniel Fouché, Ed Roth – Piano
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