Italian rock is a special bread of music. It’s made in a such a way that even if the band is trying to imitate another band, you somehow know it’s still an Italian band. The band is The Sade and this is their debut album on Go Down Records, Damned Love.
Right from the start you’re hit up with some monstrous riffs. The first track is only an instrumental but think of it as a lead in for the next. It’s that damn good. Be prepared though, you’re not going to want to stop listening to it until it’s over and will be screaming for more when it is done.
The majority of the album is all alchchol fueled hard rock. To kep a nice even flow and to keep from becoming stale, the album breaks up into a more bluesy song with plenty of riffs galore about halfway through with the song “Dead Man’s Bones (The Dead Man Blues).” The album ends off with an (more…)