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Black Country Communion - BCCIV

3.50
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Arie van der Graaf Format: Album
Release date: 2017-09-22 Year: 2017
Label: Mascot Label Group
Genre: Hard Rock
Producer: Kevin Shirley
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Black Country Communion is back with a big bang!

This is how a rock album should sound.

But to be honest i did not expect anything less than this if you read the names involved in this supergroup.

Glenn Hughes. The former Deep Purple superstar and often titled as "the voice of rock" once again sat down with his other superstar mates like legendary blues guitar virtuoso Joe Bonamassa, Derek Sherinian (former Dream Theater), and Led Zeppelin's John Bonham's son Jason Bonham.

Glenn and Joe both share vocals, this blended with the experience all mambers in this band have is a good clue to what this baby sounds like.

This is a true T-Rex unleashed, a monster album.

Collide hits you with such a fantastic upliftingchorus and a heavy sounding to carry it along!

And there also space to breathe with the beautiful hommage to Wallace Hartley on The Last Song For My Resting Place, Wallace was known for being violinist and band leader on the Titanic, his legacy is told in this fantastic song with fiddling. Very melancholic and brought full of emotion.

Sway however is a completely different story. A song brought with aggression, which fits in this heavy release.

The Crow is another pounding with a more modern sound to it, a bit like RATM.

These guys know how to rock.

Although they had some differences a few years ago, we can all be very happy they ironned their jeans together and set out to rock again.

A brilliant release.


Tracklisting

01. Collide
02. Over My Head
03. The Last Song For My Resting Place
04. Sway
05. The Cove
06. The Crow
07. Wanderlust
08. Love Remains
09. Awake
10. When The Morning Comes



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