New Canadian Band gets thumbs up from ARN
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Holdcells 7 Heavy Grins Album
Sample if you like: Kid Rock, Avenged Sevenfold, Crossfade, Mudvayne
Take the southern rock you know and add funk, blues, and raunchy vocals for the rock/metal concoction that is Holdcell. Combining these elements of southern music together makes this band a perfect fit for their southeast region, and sure to draw fans like moths to a flame (or good ole boys to a Jack and Coke). The trio adds outside influences like Latin flavor and reggae to their metal undertones making songs have their own identity, and not a 13 track repeat. The music is soft in the world of metal, and heavy in the world of pop. Bassist, Evan Hackney, creates prominent bass lines that add to songs, like Ride, not just support them. This song is joined by a chorus giving it a gospel rock twist. The bands chemistry shows itself in songs like Ring where Chuck Smith (drums) and E. Hackney seem to play off one another. Four songs really stood out on the album. 1 Mo Time is fun, soulful, bluesy, and catchy with Lee Hackney (vocals) grunting as he sings, I think I think I was thinking too much, an all to relatable chorus. Withhold the Faith lightens up with delicate guitar, softer vocals, and more personal lyrics. An unexpected treat is El Gallo which has a Latin flare, horns, and a duel of Spanish singing to throaty chants. One of their best tracks off the album is King, a sweeter, slower melody seeming to focus on self discovery.
U.S. syndicated radio show InTheStudio celebrates the 35th Anniversary of Bad Company's second album Straight Shooter. InTheStudio producer and Host Redbeard interviews Paul Rodgers, Mick Ralphs and Simon Kirke about life in the band while recording this sophomore effort.
To find out where to listen or to listen online, visit: www.inthestudio.net
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