Review Vol 2 The Scattering: Review – September 2009

Posted 01 Sep 2009 in Reviews

Vol. 2 – The Scattering
Trifonic Records
Rock music has been defined by a variety of different styles over the years and because of the always expanding borders of the genre there have been plenty of sub-genres formed. Slow Burning Car continues to be influenced by a lot of those different genres and wrap it all together with the release of their new album Vol. 2 – The Scattering. The remaining constant between the songs is the usage of the classic rock styled guitars, however by utilizing the songwriting skills of each of the members in the band you get an eclectic blend of rock music with no two songs really sounding anything alike. Early on in the album songs like “Ghola” stand out for their unique groove provided by the bass line while later on it is songs “Man In Crisis” that stand out for their heavy lean on the raw energy of the punk rock scene and just for good measure, Slow Burning Car doesn’t leave out that southern rock sound as they show on cuts like “First Class,” which is surely going to satisfy those fans of groups like ZZ Top. With classic rock vibes running throughout the album this almost sounds as if it is a lost album from the 70’s era of rock music so if you love classic rock but are getting tired of hearing the same old songs then this album is a welcome addition to your collection. (JK)

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