|Review: Warzaw - Werewolves on Wheels|
|Werewolves on Wheels|
Year released: 2021
Genre: Heavy Metal
Review online: February 10, 2021
Reviewed by: MetalMike
for:Werewolves on Wheels
Rated 3.33/5 (66.67%) (3 Votes)
Warzaw's Werewolves on Wheels is full of rambunctious music that hearkens back to the early days when the hard rock roots of metal were still easily heard on a lot of albums. The band is definitely having fun and not taking things too seriously, which you can hear in the lyrics of "Adieu" (singing about giving someone the middle finger) or "The Second Banana" (it isn't often metal bands use the word "banana"). Musically, Warzaw's style ranges from NWOBHM, DIY simplicity to a tighter, more metallic vibe like early US metal. The album is very straightforward and not particularly amazing but if you like the simple, early '80s music of Saxon and Krokus or the new wave of tradition metal from Striker, Skull Fist, Haunt, etc., you may get some mileage from Werewolves on Wheels.
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