Me gusta el dsico con solo una pasada y vuelven a la senda que nucna debieron dejar. A mí, su segundo disco me pareció una cutrez mayúscula y sin personalidad; sin embargo, me encanta el disco de debút.
Como es evidente, el disco tiene "mucho ramalazo" The darkness aunque a veces basculan a sonidos más "jeviondos", lo que es de agradecer. Me parece, de momento, un disco muy prometedor.
Stone Gods Es el nuevo nombre de la banda britanica The Darkness. Esta banda de Hard Rock esta formada por Richie Edwards como frontman (guitarra y voz), Dan Hawkins (guitarra), Ed Graham (batería) y el nuevo componente Toby MacFarlaine (bajo).
FIRED UP AND READY TO ROLL!
When the rollercoaster ride that was The Darkness came to an abrupt and messy end with the departure of Justin Hawkins, the remaining members of the band were staring premature retirement in the face. But when rock ‘n’ roll courses through your veins, surrender is never an option, and so less than an hour after their erstwhile singer jumped ship, plans were already afoot to get the show back on the road.
“The whole thing had fallen apart,” says former bassist and Stone Gods’ singer/guitarist Richie Edwards. “I got the phone call from Justin and I thought ‘that’s it’, but half an hour later Dan rang me and said, ‘Rich, do you fancy doing a bit of singing?’ We got together and started writing and it’s snowballed from there.”
An entirely tougher, edgier and heavier beast than their former band, the arrival of Stone Gods represents a scintillating new dawn for British rock music. Fronted by Richie Edwards, whose powerful voice resonates with four decades of classic rock gusto, and with Dan Hawkins assuming lead guitar duties, former Graham Coxon alumnus Toby MacFarlaine on bass guitar and Ed Graham hammering the skins, these road-ravaged pros have spent the last year slaving away over hot guitars, carefully crafting the songs that will comprise their forthcoming debut album titled “Silver spoons and broken bones”. A dazzling and diverse mixture of crunching heavy metal anthems, irresistible radio-rock and sumptuous, ballsy ballads; it’s a glorious celebration of everything that makes loud, blaring rock ‘n’ roll so reliably exhilarating.
“If your favourite song of all time was ‘Friday Night’ then you’ll hear ‘Burn The Witch’ and you probably won’t like it,” states Dan, “But that’s cool. In a way, that’s exactly what we want! We don’t want people shouting for Darkness songs.”