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Rocketchief

Rocketchief

Rocketchief


The debut RISE OF THE MACHINE (Release: 16.04.2010 on Fastball Music) by German five-piece band ROCKETCHIEF sets the standards for rough rock music in the new decade. Burning reminiscences from times when rock´n´roll was still young and steaming were the basis for 13 songs full of dusty sharp riffs, original psychedelic-licks and energetic headbanging. This record is alive and kicking, catchy as hell. When listening to the record, singer Freddy´s whiskey-soaked vocals are going straight into your ears. Read more on Last.fm
The debut RISE OF THE MACHINE (Release: 16.04.2010 on Fastball Music) by German five-piece band ROCKETCHIEF sets the standards for rough rock music in the new decade. Burning reminiscences from times when rock´n´roll was still young and steaming were the basis for 13 songs full of dusty sharp riffs, original psychedelic-licks and energetic headbanging. This record is alive and kicking, catchy as hell. When listening to the record, singer Freddy´s whiskey-soaked vocals are going straight into your ears. You can describe Rocketchief´s sound as "modern vintage" – Rocketchief are honest, direct and down to earth.

In other words: you can hear real people playing real instruments and having a good time. And guitarist Stephan Gall, who is an experienced musician (he was playing with the death metal band Misery Speaks, etc.)is not the only one who is responsible for the brilliant songwriting. Besides songs you can dance and mosh to the album offers smooth blues parts as well as "rolling stoner-avalanches". "RISE OF THE MACHINE“ will rock its way into the hearts of fans of Black Sabbath, AC/DC, Gluecifer, Volbeat, Down and QOTSA. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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