“Approximates what Jack White might have sounded like fronting The Faces. Yours Until The Bitter End largely takes an if-it-ain’t-broke-don’t-fix-it approach, and the quartet’s ragged charm remains squarely intact.
– MY OLD KENTUCKY BLOG
“Yours Until the Bitter End is a dial-it-up-to-ten triumph.” – ALL MUSIC GUIDE
The Bloody Hollies have just released their 3rd album today through Alive Records. A new band to me, I had never heard of these guys until recently. Upon a mere sample of this new album I sought them out as well as their back catalog. What I heard was very good and promising. Yours Until The Bitter End did not disappoint me at all.
Yours Until The Bitter End is a fast paced rock and roll album with some garage rock influence. If you’re familiar with the band Monotonix, you have a good time listening to The Bloody Hollies.
There’s a lot of energy and excitement in this album. Perhaps more than in previous albums. It’s very upbeat and it vibes real well. Fast paced, easy on the ears, good mixing and mastering make for a good listen. The guitar work is spot on. It’s not over burdened with many solos, the ones that are in (more…)
THE BLOODY HOLLIES TO RELEASE THEIR FOURTH LP YOURS UNTIL THE BITTER END ON SEPTEMBER 13TH THROUGH ALIVE RECORDS
Yours Until the Bitter End is The Bloody Hollies‘ follow-up to the highly praised Who to Trust, Who to Kill, Who to Love which was released in 2007 on Alive Naturalsound. Many who are familiar with the band’s sound know them by their trademark murder-themed blues/rock anthems that remind listeners of the ’60s and ’70s golden age of rock & roll. The new album still embraces the dark side of raw garage punk, but comes armed with a more eclectic array of songwriting and musicianship. But don’t let the touches of organ, violin and xylophone fool you, the band’s hybrid of blues and rock & roll continue to shine more impressively than ever. The Bloody Hollies recorded in San Diego, but enlisted the expertise of Jim Diamond in Detroit, a familiar friend of the band that helped bring the sound of this record to its full potential. (more…)