“Little Janie,” is a straight up hardcore rocker. The riffs are pounding and heart racing, the vocals are biting and snarl in. “Break These Chains,” comes in with a sharp one two. The talk box adds a nice element to the song as the guitars shred alongside. The vocals lead the journey through, as the chains truly come off. “Never Again,” an interesting song, taking the traditional staccato riff and turning it upside down. A flitter and a flutter, brilliantly done. “Save Goodbye,” rocking and rolling through the upside downs. Shredding guitars and an anthemic melody work together to combine something quite fascinating. “Take Me Away,” veers one way and then another. Slowly shifting and turning, bringing about something new and unique. “One Night Only,” slows things down and brings the shred to the fore. Swaggering and biting with something interesting and entertaining. “Wish,” slows things down, throws in an acoustic guitar for some measure as well, slowly building into an epic crescendo.
“Said and Done,” moves in with a shredding start. Slowly moving with grace and power, it takes the turn and twists it one way and then the next. The vocals are biting and somewhat piercing. “FairyTale,” rocks the house down, bringing with it some seriously shredding riffs and leads. “Don’t Count Me Out,” rocks the house down. Bringing the right level of riffage and some seriously grooving melodies together. “Nothing To Fear,” takes a turn and twists. The vocals move into call and response, an anthemic feeling comes together. “No Way Back,” gets that AC/DC feeling going, with the right level of push and muscle together. “Are You With Me,” rocks the house down, with some interesting lead work, and a beautiful vocal line. “Burn,” kicks into overdrive, the distortion and the pure grittiness of it all just leads to an epic song.
The album is out on 17th May via Frontiers Music.