Label: Pias Records Releasedate: 02-10-2020
Last year we spoke with Ledfoot about his release “White Crow” but another release saw light with his name on it. A collaboration with Ronni Le Tekrø this time. It is called “A Death Divine” and it is available now.
Interesting collaboration we would say. Is that hard rock touch a good add to the bluesy feel we got to know Ledfoot from. Well right away we have the feeling the album is one that you would play quite some times. Think a slight bit towards Mike Tramp, mixed with the darkness and melancholy of Ledfoot’s blues and you get the feel of it.
Title track “A Death Divine” is one of the tracks that speaks to you most. There is something catchy to it that makes you feel like it is one of these 80’s hits you hear on the radio but with a bit more refinement. Following that track we get the moody “A Part of Me” which has nothing of the previous track but somehow still connects to it.
“Shut Up” is starting very calmly built slowly builts up the a climax, something that makes you smile when you reach that point.
Concluding the album is the song “Open The Door”. It has a bit sinister character but summarizes the album nicely. Altogether this collaboration between Ledfoot and Ronni has worked out well. The album is interesting to listen to and is not too standard in the way the songs are presented. To astonish a listener is a great good and that is something they have accomplished.
- Cold Lonely Night
- This Town
- High Time
- A Death Divine
- A Part Of Me
- Shut Up
- Imperfect World
- Open Door