Classic Rock Magazine has been praising Rival Sons for quite some time now. Rightfully so, this band kicks some major ass. Pressure & Time, the band’s 2nd full length will be released to the masses soon. Get ready, it’s about to hit hard like a storm.
The opening track, “All Over The Road” opens with some fast paced, 70’s based retro rock. “Young Love” is, at times, sounds like a mix between an Aerosmith and Doors tune. It’s outgoing and engaging. “Pressure & Time” has a nice funky vibe to it featuring plenty of bass and loud vocals and some great guitar solos. “Only One” is a mellower and powerful tune. It’s got everything, powerful vocals, great guitar and drumming and features an organ too. “Get Mine” sounds like a classic blues rock tune.”Burn Down Los Angeles” is a bass and guitar heavy number with some great lead and (more…)
Rival Sons is a band that we’ve assumed to be poised to take over rock charts, and with good reason. These Classic Rock worshipers have garnered some good word from many publications, including Classic Rock Magazine. I’m sure you’ve seen Bill go on (with very good reason) about them and their latest EP. You haven’t? Well, hop on over and read his review. After you do that, you can preview the second track off of said EP.
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In a good way, this EP is like an extension of Before The Fire. It’s an extra 6 songs and 28 minutes if listened back to back. It is a true masterpiece within itself. “Get Whats Coming” starts it off then rolls into the heavy hitting “Torture.” “Radio” roars at you in the same vein as “Tell Me Something”. “Sacred Tongue” slows down the pace a bit much like “The Man Who Wasn’t There”. “Sleepwalker” picks it back up and then the bluesy closer “Soul” brings it to a nice and easy stop. (more…)