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ADZ – American Steel – CD Review

When it comes down to it, straight-ahead Rock is good. ADZ takes that straight-on, Bluesy sound ala Kenny Wayne Shepard and gives it a Punk attitude. Their new album, “American Steel” [Steel Cage Records], is a Hardcore Punk stomp 'n' roll with a sense of humor.

Fast, Blues drenched leads explode within rapid, Punk/Thrash rhythms. The coarse, clean vocals fit the melee well, delivering an often sardonic lyrical wit. It's a careening assault of Blues Punk that is wild, groovy, and just fun.

Some of the best cuts are “Love You Like A Crazy,” “Kiss My Fuzzface,” “Mama Married A Mau Mau,” the stomp of “Black Cat,” and the frenzied “Kiss My Fist.” ADZ just, simply goes at. And it works for them.

In summary, ADZ are a Bluesy, psycho-circus joyride. And this one band that is good to go. Stay savage. Farewell.

Related Bands: Social Distortion, Nashville Pussy, AC/DC, Nevada Beach, Jackyl, etc.

Keep the faith, and the AGGRESSION. Peace.

Bill Vogel III
Email at: StrangeAeons@hatebox.net
Copyright 2003.
Courtesy of Stranger Aeons Magazine.

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