|Review: Bullet - Speeding in the Night|
|Speeding in the Night|
Label: Agonia Records
Year released: 2010
Originally released in: 2003
Genre: Heavy Metal
Review online: August 8, 2010
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
for:Speeding in the Night
Bullet have a very simple recipe: They are a metalized version of AC/DC. That doesn't mean anything more than that: This is roughly what AC/DC would sound like if they were a metal band, and now that I have all of their releases I can confirm that, like the Aussie hard rock legends, they have the same modus operandi: They release "the same stuff" over and over, and it's all fun, party-like stuff. Hell, I've had some friends listen to this and they all thought it was an AC/DC album "that sounded heavier."
The vocals are very much AC/DC-like, and the guy delivers the goods from beginning to end (man that throat must hurt after a show.) As for the music, it's basic old school Heavy Metal with a bit of a slight hard rock vibe, catchy as hell and it's the perfect soundtrack for a good party with lots of alcohol. Catchy, razor-sharp riffs are abundant here and will get the crowd gather in an air-guitar contest in no time. Nice driving music as well, but watch that speedometer.
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