Another review for “Burn Your Chains”
Time for some blues / stoner rock from Italy, replete with some seventies rawk guitars and a heft of attitude. That’s when they’re not doing slushy ballads.
They’re not trying to do anything different here, but that doesn’t matter, when it’s obvious that they’re having a mighty fine time doing it. So, well done to Roberto Spagnoli (vocals – guitar) , Andrea Bonifaci (guitar) , Francesco Patane (bass) and Ludovico Lovecchio (drums) for putting on a good show.
They can all play, and there a few good tunes here that get the toes tapping and the head nodding, which is pretty much all you need with this kind of vibe. For sure, it’s not the strongest production in the world, but when they hit a good note, as they do on ‘Another Day’, ‘Stoner’ and ‘On the Road’, then it’s easy to just kick back and enjoy the ride.