I have to say that the female rock scene feels very empty right now. There really is no big band and this of course gives room for newcomers to take place. Los Angeles based Cherri Bomb is one of the upcoming ones and despite their young age, they have a mature and developed sound.
There is an honest and pure rock feel to their debut "This Is The End Of Control", reminiscent of the 80’s arena rock, but also against the alternative 90's. Perhaps the best comparison is nonetheless calling them a female Foo Fighters when there are clear similarities with a lot of energy and straight rock songs.
The only weakness with "This Is The End Of Control" is the first half is clearly sharper when it comes to songs, but this is just the beginning and the band will give us many good albums for sure!
Highlights: "Raw.Real", "Shake The Ground", "Let It Go"