None compromising rock ‘n’ roll
animalsfrom Germany that have seen line up changes in their early years
havehad great success in Europe
and Japan. But does thebeer, sweat and
rock ‘n’ roll forever attitude from Gun Barrel
still hold true with their fourth studio album?
the perfect depiction of a rocker where masculinity is primed withblind
faith in their chosen genre. A barrage of noise that drives hometheir
school rockin’ till the end. Yet it’s 2009 and I am inheaven.
guitars from the start with a vocal performance that would notbe out of
place with AC/DC’s Bon Scott. Take it on the chin Keep On Movin’ looks at themonotonous points in life yet hits back with positively. Same old shit just a different day and year?
Its true this quartet is uncompromising with Brother To Brotherand
their middle finger in the air. The bass sound is fantastic on
thisalbum but hear sitsperfectly with arena guitars and vocals.
Pinciroli keeps the wheelsturning while the rest of the band move
between classic rock riffs andair thumping appreciation.
What I like
about this band is that they come up with things that areunexpected.
The intro is somewhat cryptic where the bass is punk likewith guitars
are bittersweet. Outlaw Invasion
is not what is expected from a title track of an album. Yet it shows the versatility of the bands playing.
Vocals – Xaver Drexler
Guitars – Rolf Tanzius
Bass – Tomcat Kintgen
Drums – Toni Pinciroli
album is destined for a place in my car. It’s the perfect drivingalbum
with twists and turns. It has its quirky areas but then this isin line
with life and this album over all rational. Itstime these boys toured