Saturday, February 1, 2014

SPOTLIGHT CD REVIEW : BADLANDS by Cage The Gods



BADLANDS by Cage The Gods
(The End Records)


'Badlands' the highly anticipated debut release from UK based rockers, Cage The Gods hits the rock'n'roll nail right on the head.  With appreciation for the music from rock legends such as The Rolling Stones,  Led Zeppelin and The Small Faces, these talented musicians are writing their own chapter in the "Book Of Rock". Cage The Gods promises to be one of the hottest new rock bands to arrive onto the rock music scene. The band is made up of, Peter Comerford on vocals, Jam on guitars, Mitch Witham on bass and Colin Jones on drums. A hard rock edge sound that is almost impossible to come by in today's market, giving it a refreshing slant on the current trend. Their songs are big, full, and comfortably arrogant such as "Favourite Sin", "Sacrifice",  the title track, "Trouble Reigns", "Bruce Willis" and "Promises". The album is entirely strong throughout and I can't imagine any fan of rock music being disappointed. The vocals are up front and confident, the guitar hooks are powerful and go for the throat and the rhythm section are as tight as they come. Listening to, 'Badlands', you can feel the band's energy pour out of the speakers. It's genuine. It is an extremely well-executed album that should please fans of both classic and modern rock. Cage The Gods bring a much needed soul filled energy to the rock music scene that's been missing for some time. There's lots of poser rock bands these days, but Cage The Gods are not one of them. This is real rock and roll that will blow your doors off. Rock the way it was meant to be done. These lads are THE REAL DEAL! 
- Highly Recommended
Tony @ The Dedicated Rocker Society

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