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Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell - Check Em Before You Wreck Em (2014)

26-04-2014, 07:43
Music | Rock | Metal

Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell - Check Em Before You Wreck Em (2014)

Artist: Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell
Title Of Album: Check Em Before You Wreck Em
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Rise Above Records
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 274 kbps avg
Total Time: 47:45 Min
Total Size: 102 Mb


01. Do It Now (4:05)
02. 2 Tonne Fuckboot (3:34)
03. Captain Merryweather (8:04)
04. Running From Home (5:01)
05. Happines Begins (3:18)
06. Shake Your Head (3:46)
07. Don't Hear It... Fear It! (4:33)
08. Bulletproof (4:49)
09. The Thicker The Better (3:05)
10. Late Night Mornings (7:31)

Blasting down the doors to your local pub and bringing the hard rock assault like it is 1971 are Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell and their follow up to the critically acclaimed Don’t Hear It… Fear It; Check ‘em Before You Wreck ‘em features even more proto metal excellence.
In the same sense that bands like Sir Lord Baltimore and The Stooges are well-respected for their no frills approach to rock music and Blue Cheer is celebrated for pushing the heaviness forward, The Shovell (as they are known to fans) bring a similar package of nostalgia that feels authentic and new in 2014.
Vocalist Johnny Gorilla does an excellent job conveying the songs on a gristly palate that also serves filth ridden guitar solos that sound like they were written on the back of a chopper. “Do It Now” and “Two Tonne F--kboot” are chock full of great blues riffs that would make the White Stripes blush.
Bill Darlington’s drum fills build the excitement on “Running From Home” which has the appearance on the surface level as being something of a Stone Temple Pilots song, but reveals itself to be a detuned and fuzzed out jam session. The guitars growl like the muffler of a muscle car channeling some of the sounds that made Fu Manchu and Kyuss so great in the ‘90s.
Gorilla’s guitar solos provide more excellent sounds that make the listener just rock out and enjoy the simple excellence of blues heavy rock music that made up the foundation for heavy metal. You’ll have a difficult time finding an album that manages to squeeze more riffs in under the 48 minutes this album is made up of. All of them are dissimilar in such a way that each one in particular hits with maximum effectiveness and when they leave you eagerly await the next one precisely written for each section of each song.

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