3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 30 August 2001
The three original tracks here just bristle with power in a way you won't have heard for some time I assure you. Slightly glam, and very fast, but played very well, with just the right amount of under-production. The lyric content may be predictable; Kiss of Death is about heroin addiction for example; but when you think the oldest of the band members is 17 then who knows what they're ultimately capable of? The vocal style is distinctive, with a definite edge, but yes you can hear the words, delivered in a slightly Kory Clarke ( Warrior Soul ) vein. Oozing with talent, I can't wait for the album. Oh, and there's a more than adequate cover of Let There be Rock for good measure.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 10 October 2001
Only bad point about this E.P is it is so short, cant wait for the album.
The first song is Kiss Of Death which is absolutely amazing, mainly punky, but withsome absoulutely amazing guitar solos.
Second song is Electric Heart, very punky, sound s like Guns and the Ramones. It also has weird but funny chorus with a deep HEY HEY HEY!!?
Parts Unknown is the third song, heavier than the first 2, but still punky influences, it aslo has the phattest Bass Line about three quaters of the way into the song, absolutely amazing.
Finally iis Let There Be Rock, a cover of the AC/DC song, very very good.
I think the lyrics need to be improved, but the vocals are flawless.