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AUG – Be Careful What You Wish For…(2014)

5-07-2014, 19:56
Music | Rock | Metal

AUG – Be Careful What You Wish For…(2014)

Artist: AUG
Title Of Album: Be Careful What You Wish For…
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Rock, Arena Rock, Hard Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 40:55 Min
Total Size: 102 Mb


1. Be Careful What You Wish For
2.Little Green Fairy
3. Li2.Little Green Fairyght Of Day
4. The Devil's Rejects
5. Coming Home
6. Forever Goodbye
7. All I Can Be
8. Africa
9. Be Careful What You Wish For..(ext.)

AUG wastes no time at all getting right into the thick of things with ‘Be Careful what you wish for’. An exceptionally powerful guitar riff greets the listener, who, if uninitiated to the powerhouse that is AUG, are as of yet unaware they will be tapping their foot along a mere minute into the song… That is unless they’re alone and have a penchant for air-guitar and/or head banging.

For those who don’t know AUG, and admittedly that list included this reviewer at first, AUG have been making a name for themselves lately having reached #2 on Reverbnation’s Hot 500 Rock Charts, as well as hosting VH1’s That Metal Show Christmas Party for the last three years. Hailing from Wallington, New Jersey, AUG consists of namesake Aug providing exceptional vocals, Tommy Shauger on Lead Guitar, Rich Tanis rocking the bass and backup vox, and of course, on drums, Russ LaMater.

A lot of parallels will be drawn with the musical styling of AUG and influencing bands. Aug’s vocals are very reminiscent of a young Ozzy Osbourne, an exceptional range and that trademark Ozzy yell. That being said, Aug makes it his own, and adds something to the sound. Even the prince of darkness himself might give an approving nod. With the recent resurgence of heavy rock and metal, AUG had really hit the nail on the head with a sledgehammer with this release. Tracks like “The Devil’s rejects” and “Coming Home” harken back to the days of yore, while “Light of Day”, “Forever/Goodbye” and “All I can be” showcase the synergy within the band and their ability to write a timeless rock opera.

The album is available now, as of June 1st, and is one of the few albums so far this year that is worth the full price of admission. And that isn’t just because of the amazing Toto cover hiding near the end of the album.

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