The British rockers return with an album very much concerned with the state of the world right now, while fine tuning their sound with a modern approach that still tips its hat to legends like David Bowie and Prince.
Relying heavily on hard hitting, groove-oriented rock, there’s certainly a metal aspect, with wailing guitar solos and singing that hits some pretty high notes, though there’s also a loud, powerful component that just screams arena rock.
Far from predictable, start-and-stop dynamics; soft ebbs of calm; and really detailed, varied songwriting make each song stand out on its own, as the album will certainly appease old fans and recruit plenty of new ones, too. If you’re a fan of The Bronx (and who isnt?) you really need to hear this.