"Overall, The Devil Rhythm is an exceptional effort, well-written and well-produced. This album will undoubtedly satisfy both new-generation hard-rock fans and old-school rockers alike." -- Road Rayge Metal Mag
"In 25 words or less: “This band needs to be heard, so listen, share, talk, tell everyone about Trucker Diablo…” -- May the Rock Be with You
"All in all this is great stuff and this reissue belongs in everyone's collection if you have the original versions or not. 4/5" - The BCFM Sunday Rockshow
Metal Odyssey’s Comeback Band Of 2011!
Metal Odyssey’s Comeback Album Of 2011!
It's hard not to love it when grizzled codgers relive their teenage dreams in such style, and A DIFFERENT GAME is both tangibly authentic and, in an age when Rival Sons, Firebird and Stone Axe are hot hit-makers, oddly contemporary. 8/10" -- Metal Hammer Magazine
Top 20 (#12) Album of the Year -- The Soda Shop
Top 20 (#15) Album of the Year -- The Obelisk
#4 of Top 7 Albums of the Year -- A Brief History of Metal: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly of 2011
Massively though not excessively produced, it packs punch after punch with not a duff track in sight. Booze, broads, brawls and bad times. It's got 'em all. If you crave the down-home honesty of Sabbath, AC/DC, Motorhead, ZZ Top, Zeppelin, Purple or any other real-deal outfit who know what time it is, Grifter will rock your ass ragged with change to spare. 8 out of 10" -- Metal Hammer, Issue 225
Heavy Ripples vol I- Shining the spotlight on a musical movement that’s ready to blast the world back four decades, the Heavy Ripples double 7” compilation features the sonic delights of four up and coming acts who embrace the sounds of rock n’ roll the way it used to be played: aggressive, uncompromising, honest, gritty, and most of all, fun! More than just an ode to the old school ways of rock n’ roll, these four bands embrace the lifestyle and the sounds of a bygone era.
70’s rock preservationists Stone Axe contribute a cover version of the Mos Generator tune, “Nightwolf”; Sun Gods in Exile, on loan from the incomparable Small Stone Records, turn in the southern-tinged “Over My Broken Bones”; the UK’s dirty grit-rockers Grifter offer up two tracks, “Small Man Syndrome” and the tongue-in-cheek nod to porn legend Ron Jeremy, “Hey Ron”; and Brooklyn’s favorite sons of punkified debauchery Mighty High drop the beastly “Hempaphobic”. First pressing is limited to 500 copies.
Fen Trails Out of Gloom - Stunningly rich, deeply textured modern prog rock from the depths of the Vancouver Forest. Recommended for fans of Tool, Porcupine Tree, Incubus.
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