11 febbraio 2012

Nitroville - Can't Stop What's Comin' ( 2011 ) Rock / Hard rock/blues


Fantastica rock n' roll band appena scoperta.

I Nitroville , da Londra, propongono un fantastico mix di Hard Rock and Roll e Rock/Blues di chiara tradizione e ispirazione Southern.
L'album di debutto  Can't Stop What's Comin' ( 2011 ) rappresenta un eccellente biglietto da visita e ci propone 11 tracce con un ottimo songwriting fatto di taglienti e travolgenti riff, ottimi fraseggi e assoli da parte dell'ottimo Kurt Michael Boeck, una fantastica vocalist nella frontwoman Tola Lamont, che ci porta in atmosfere da black music con una grinta e una performance vocale di assoluto rilievo, in un sound d'insieme graffiante, intenso e coinvolgente....davvero una piacevole scoperta per una band da seguire e supportare assolutamente !

 http://www.nitroville.com/index.html

Nitroville:
Vocals: Tola Lamont
Guitars: Kurt Michael Boeck
Bass: Fussi Andersen
Drums: Dan Warren

Artist Bio

THE MAKING OF BLUES DRIVEN HARD ROCK/N/ROLL
Formed in summer 2010, vocalist Tola Lamont and guitarist Kurt-Michael Boeck joined forces to write pure and straight from the bottle Hard Rock/N/Roll with Southern influences. Blues bassist Fussi Andersen from Denmark and hard rock drummer Dan Warren joined the band to underpin Lamont's memorable vocals and Boeck's powerful riffs with a hard driving rhythm section. After six months of maturing NitroVille's signature freight train sound, the band produced an eleven track album with renowned producer Marc Waterman, (Ride, Smashing Pumpkins) at London's Fortress Studios (Biffy Clyro, Nickleback, Therapy). Their debut album ~ Can't Stop What's Comin' ~ is available at HMV Digital, Amazon MP3 and iTunes. The album has received airplay on radio stations in the UK, US, Canada, Brazil and throughout mainland Europe. NitroVille's musical ability makes them unreliant on heavy post production and their live stage policy is strictly 'Pedals are for Pussies'. NitroVille is unfiltered, rough on the edges blues driven Hard Rock/fkN/Roll. Music Magazine Shout4Music.com writes, 'If a rusting and oil dripping Mustang could play guitar, this is the music it would make'.



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