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Halestorm - ReAniMate 2.0: The CoVeRs eP


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New EP out October 15th as a follow up to 2011's 'Reanimate: The Covers EP'

 

 

Tracks:

 

1. Dissident Aggressor (Judas Priest)
2. Get Lucky (Daft Punk)
3. Shoot to Thrill (AC/DC)
4. Hell is for Children (Pat Benatar)
5. Gold Dust Women (Fleetwood Mac)
6. 1996

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Ugh. I don't know why practically everyfuckingbody and their sister has to do a damn covers album.

 

Hey, I enjoy a good cover tune every once in a while (usually as a concert feature) as much as anybody -- but whole albums like this strike me as just a cheap (and quick) way to get product out. <_<

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New EP out October 15th as a follow up to 2011's 'Reanimate: The Covers EP'

 

 

Tracks:

 

1. Dissident Aggressor (Judas Priest)

2. Get Lucky (Daft Punk)

3. Shoot to Thrill (AC/DC)

4. Hell is for Children (Pat Benatar)

5. Gold Dust Women (Fleetwood Mac)

6. 1996

Heard them do Dissident aggressor at a live show and they certainly do it justice.

Not many females can be so feminine one minute and then go full on Rob Halford/Seb Bach then next.

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  • 3 weeks later...

The other night I was watching this show called "Bar Rescue", its like that hotel saving show, where this dude comes and rehabs your piddly bar and makes it cool, ANYWAY, the bar in question was in Ohio and the big send off/re-opening had Halestorm play there and it was SO cool. She had her destroyer slung way low and was wearing a yellow striped spandex jump suit... YUMMY all around!

 

Here it is (crowd shot/not so great quality):

 

and the actual episode Band starts around 5:30 mark):

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