Wednesday, October 30, 2013

CD Review: '77 Reach "Maximum" Potential With Their New Album

Spanish rockers '77 return with their third full-length album "Maximum Rock n Roll" through Listenable Records. The bands influence resides in early AC/DC and seventies hard rock, which shows in the band's sound on this latest release.
 
The album leads off with the title song which has a raw, very electric feel that shows that this band uses no studio tricks to gain their appeal. Lead singer Armand Valeta mirrors his vocals after the late AC/DC singer Bon Scott, while the rest of the band follows suit on "Down And Dirty." The band find a great classic Aerosmith-type rock groove on "Jazz It Up" then turn the dial to eleven on the guitar riff-fueled "Stay Away From Water." Guitarist LG Valeta lays down his first ever recorded lead vocals on "You Bore Me," which has the most modern rock appeal on this new release. The album closes with the riff-heavy, adrenaline pumping "16 Year Old King."
 
The new release will be available November 20. For more information, please visit listenable.net.

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