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When I first heard a couple of samples from the new Bullet Train Blast's album, I was blown away! I said yes, this album would kick some serious asses! Good old-fashioned and energetic heavy rock stuff with loud in-your-face guitars, a vocalist who knows how to sing and a tight musicianship!


"I'm Insane", which opens the album, is a furious rocker with a superb riffing and a catchy chorus line. For sure, a great opener. "Running Away" is good but nothin' really memorable. It's aggressive but it lacks a bit in the chorus. "The Storm" is a very good modern rocker while "Queen Of The Night" reminds me a bit of earlier Lynch Mob stuff. It has a brilliant riff, it's 'punchy' and has a solid chorus. The best track so far! "All The Girls" has a party Rock N' Roll mood and brings back memories from Sunset Boulevard dayz. The next track, "From The Underground", is a typical modern mid-tempo with some influences from Hinder and Daughtry. "Bang Bang Bang" is another excellent heavy in-your-face rocker that could easily appear in every early Skid Row record. "A Life In Glory" is ok and "Nothing Remains" is another personal favourite with it's groovy sound and the furious drumming work!! "Dead Man Walking" which closes this album is a good rocker too.


All in all, this is a superb heavy rockin' stuff with some pinches of modern hard rock as well. The new vocalist does an incredible job here and the guitar work in every track is a must hear for every guitar maniac out there. Their music is simple and they put heart and soul and that's the thing that counts the most when you play Rock N' Roll. They have some 'killer' tunes in this release but I would like some catchier choruse and hooks. Well done!


HeavyParadise's Rating : 7/10


Track List : 01 - I'm Insane, 02 - Running Away, 03 - The Storm, 04 - Queen Of The Night, 05 - All The Girls, 06 - From The Underground, 07 - Bang Bang Bang, 08 - A Life In Glory, 09 - Nothing Remains, 10 - Dead Man Walking


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Very good sound and some cool riffage there. Definitely a CD I'd like to check out in full. Thanks for the heads up.

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Not really my bag of chips, probably because of the modern sound, but I find myself really liking the chorus and guitar on 'Dead Man Walking' for some reason ... shame the verses annoy me. th_shrug.gif

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