Latest release by Bonafide , and like the previous 2 albums plus the e.p , it's just pure class . You just can't go wrong with this band, rasping vocals,blazing guitars, thumping beats , just stick it in the stereo or in the car , crank it up and let people hear what they are missing !!!! Just buy it !!!
Wow! The first album was great fun, the sound of humming Marshalls and scorching SGs, the second had songs like 'Fill Your Head With Rock' and this, the Swedish quartet's third album is their 'Powerage' and deserves to be huge. Recorded and mixed in a week by the now road-hardened rockers there's nothing not to love about this record...it sounds a bit slicker than the first album, the band has solidified around frontman Pontus Snibb, and every song's a winner; if there's a more enjoyable 40 minutes in 'classic rock' in 2012 (and probably 2013 for that matter) I'll be amazed! If you've ever driven too fast to keep up with a rock'n'roll beat, played air-guitar (or an actual guitar) or even just sung along with Malcolm, Angus and Bon (or Brian) then this is for you...you won't be disappointed!
The latest offering from Bonafide is well worth a listen, with the reliably catchy riffs and sing a long choruses you have come to expect from a band like this. Bonafide represent the hard working road loving rockers of old - when success was based on talent and raw energy rather than over production and slick advertising. Like previous albums, this is great from start to finish - no poor tunes, and deserves to be played loud. Bonafide are a great bunch of guys who have fun doing what they do and this comes across in the music - both live and on record. Highly recommended.
Ok good sign , doffing their cap to Bon Scott ( RIP ) ; their form of rock is a good blast of bad assed attitude ( similar to the great Bon Scott ) and the title track does indeed nock out the vibe that metal is ; the rest of the album suffices too only they certaintly drift off the mark a bit ; making music all their own ; which is good ; though not in the greatness of their moniker .There is enough " Bon Scott era " on hear to make that fourth star.