I wanna be your Man
Grant - Vocals / Lead Guitar
|ENDEVERAFTER: "Kiss or Kill" endeverafter Razor & Tie Entertainment|
never thought Rock could be this fun again!
I never thought Rock could be this fun again! EndeverafteR has just proven this 10x, and from the reviews and Arena show that has happened they have learned well from the likes of Zepplin and Crue. Recreating the sexual swagger, the attitude and the root of Rock -n- Roll ...FUN. EndeverafteR have already completed a tour with Poison and Cinderella and had an offer to tour with KISS as well. To catch what the buzz is about check out the videos on You Tube and NGTV.com.
line up consists of four guys from Sacramento, California. Michael Grant on Vocals and Lead Guitar,
Kristan Mallory with Rhythm Guitar, Tommi Andrews on Bass and
rounding out the band Eric Humbert hittin' the skins.
There are eleven arena ready tunes that you can sing along to
just like in days gone by. Up
first is the anthem that will get you dusting of the air guitar called "I
wanna be your Man", next
in line is the You Tube rebellious child titled "Baby Baby,
Baby" which you
can find uncencored on NGTV.com. Fours
is "Gotta get Out" which is not as fast paced as the first
is a song with plenty of guitars and a sing along chorus.
Half way through the CD is where the power ballad appears,
as the "Next Big Thing", it kinda spells out the
desire of the band to become the next big thing. Number six is called "Tip
of my Tongue", which harkens back to the roudy days when Motley Crue ruled
the airways. Which then
leads you into the almost mysterious intro of "Road to
driving primal beat that pulsates throughout the entire song.
Grant's clear vocals asking "Are you ready to Bleeeed"?
Finishing with a tight solo that is only leading to the stars
broken by a final chorus of Road to Destruction!
Lucky 8 already! "All Night"
is about finding the best girl at the party and being "the
only one to go inside". Taste
that honey, taste that money, and become a "Slave" to
number 9. "From the
Ashes of Sin" comes #10 complete with a blistering guitar solo
leaving you wanting more. More
is not quite what you get on the last song "Long way Home"
but it does ease you down and away from the CD with it's slow and
Most of the
songs are around four minutes long which is typical of a album of this
nature. This is a great
drinking album and don't be surprised if you hear any of the songs in
your local strip club this year.
So, this was a bit of a break from my usual selections of complex
loud and technical bands that have emerged on the metal landscape.
|Steve Rautner 02.01.2008|
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