Review By Darren McIntyre
Review of “Where The Crows Fly” by Stone Angels
Hailing from the vibrant musical hub of Brighton, England, Stone Angels is a heavy, brooding rock ‘n roll outfit with a journey that began back in 2011. Drawing inspiration from classic LA rock, Seattle grunge, and the legendary UK rock scene, they’ve crafted a unique sound that’s earned them the privilege of sharing the stage with notable acts like Hot Milk, InMe, and Skindred. After delivering their debut album, “Give In To Temptation,” in 2014, the band has been hard at work on their follow-up, set to be unleashed upon us in the near future. To give us a taste of what’s to come, Stone Angels has released their gripping new single, “Where The Crows Fly,” which I’ll review for you today.
“Where The Crows Fly” bursts to life with a dirty, sludgy guitar riff that immediately sets the tone for the track. The rhythm section hits like a thunderbolt, with pounding drums that allow the band to express themselves fully as the song unfolds. The bass kicks in with a powerful presence, providing a solid foundation for the gravelly, rasping vocals to wrap themselves around. It’s the bassline that genuinely stands out, delivering a cool groove that elevates the track to another level.
The tempo is relentless, shaking listeners to their core, and the clean guitar riff with colossal licks flowing effortlessly throughout the composition adds depth and texture. As the track progresses, a foot-stomping beast of a guitar lick rains down, immediately putting a smile on your face. It’s a track that doesn’t hold back, making it clear that Stone Angels are the real deal in the world of rock ‘n roll.
The energy and passion from every member of the band are palpable, and they’ve crafted a no-nonsense rock ‘n roll express train that shows no signs of slowing down. “Where The Crows Fly” is a testament to their commitment to delivering hard-hitting, unapologetic music that leaves a lasting impression.
Stone Angels Lineup:
- Niall Kersey: Vocals / Guitar Rythm Guitar
- James Innes: Lead Guitar/Backing Vocals
- Sam Sayers: Bass
- Laurence Loz Ford: Drum
In conclusion, “Where The Crows Fly” is a thrilling glimpse into the world of Stone Angels and what they have in store for their eagerly awaited follow-up album. It’s a track that grabs you from the very first note and doesn’t let go, promising a promising future for this exciting band.
- Where The Crows Fly