donderdag 27 maart 2014

Burning Full Throttle – No Man’s Land


Burning Full Throttle – No Man’s Land
Self released – 2013
Rock, Hard, Stoner
Rated: ****
 
I’ve been burning bridges and tearing life a new hole in Budapest many times. But for some reason the guys from Burning Full Throttle have always been able to escape my attention and havoc wrecking actions. Even though they’ve also been around for a long time. Founded in the foul year of our lord 2005 somewhere in a dirty basement in Kõbánya, Budapest the band quietly dissolved again for quite some years only to be resurrected again in 2010. And after the recording of their debut album No Man’s Land the guitar player left and was replaced by Csaba Mundi from Düne. Which is highly interesting since bassist and vocalist Vincze András has a highly gruff and grimy growl in him; but some extra vocal coloring like they do in the Downtown Paradise, Hellhound and Why tracks could add to the beauty of the songs and since Csaba did the vocals for Düne; who knows, right? On other fronts the high speed sandy compositions exhume a dry desert heat and a punky attitude. There’s this wonderful exact choppiness to the drums and riffs which will not let you catch your breath. You have to keep up with their pace and go along with the ride. Hot, scorching and growling in the beginning; steamy, blistering and sweet in the middle. And with a fine mix of their two sides in the end. Just the way we like it!
 
(Written by JK)
 


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