Radio Impact Date: 12 September 2023 Release Date: 29 September 2023
Review by Glen Parkes
Dead Man’s Whiskey, a rising rock outfit hailing from the United Kingdom, has delivered an electrifying new album titled “In The Storm.” This album is just made for radio
“In The Storm” by Dead Man’s Whiskey is a powerful and gritty rock album that storms its way into your ears with an unapologetic energy that demands attention. The band has crafted a sound that’s a fusion of classic hard rock with a contemporary edge, making it a compelling addition to the modern rock scene.
After the little intro, The album kicks off with Masquerade a fierce guitar riff that immediately sets the tone for what’s to come. The guitars in “In The Storm” are the driving force behind the album, delivering relentless power chords and searing solos that evoke the spirit of rock legends. The rhythm section provides a solid foundation, with a pounding drumbeat and a bassline that adds depth to the mix.
Vocally, Dead Man’s Whiskey doesn’t hold back. The lead singer’s raspy and emotive delivery perfectly complements the song’s lyrics, which seem to speak of resilience in the face of life’s challenges. The chorus is especially catchy, with an anthemic quality that will have you singing along after just one lead singer Nico Rogers shines, delivering a commanding performance. His gritty, raspy vocals are a perfect match for the raw power of the music. making it easy for listeners to listen to this album. The lyrics of “In The Storm” reflect themes of resilience and pushing through challenging times It’s a message that many listeners can relate to, and it adds depth to the track beyond its musical prowess.
One of the standout features of this album is the production quality. It’s clear that Dead Man’s Whiskey has paid careful attention to the details, resulting in a crisp and well-balanced mix. Every instrument is given its due, and the overall sound is both polished and raw in all the right places. “In The Storm” is a testament to Dead Man’s Whiskey’s ability to capture the essence of classic rock while infusing it with its own contemporary flair. It’s a head-banging, foot-stomping anthem that will undoubtedly become a staple in their live performances.
“In The Storm” is another solid addition to Dead Man’s Whiskey’s growing catalogue of rock anthems. The band’s ability to fuse classic and contemporary rock elements while delivering powerful, emotionally resonant lyrics is evident in this track. It’s a song that demands to be played loud and live, where its true energy can be fully appreciated. it will make its radio impact as it heads toward its official release on September 29, 2023, “In The Storm” is likely to garner even more attention for Dead Man’s Whiskey and solidify its position in the rock scene. Fans of hard-hitting, melodic rock will undoubtedly find much to enjoy in this latest offering from the band.
With their unapologetic rock ‘n’ roll spirit and musical prowess, Dead Man’s Whiskey continues to prove that they are a force to be reckoned with in the modern rock landscape. “In The Storm” is a testament to their talent and their ability to connect with their audience on a visceral level.
Stay tuned for the release, mark your calendars, and prepare to be swept away by the sonic tempest that is “In The Storm” by Dead Man’s Whiskey.
Dead Man’s Whiskey is
Nico Rogers / Vocals
Billy Kons / Lead Guitar
Elliott D’Alvarez / Rhythm Guitar
James Titley / Bass
Charlie Gray / Drums
|01 – Intro|
|02 – Masquerade|
|03 – Ravens Call|
|04 – Who I Am|
|05 – Do Or Die|
|06 – Island In The Storm|
|07 – Fighting To Survive|
|08 – Diggin_ For Fame|
|09 – What_s Your Name|
|10 – Closer To You|
|11 – Time|
|12 – Fear is Cold|
A powerful live act, the band hit the road this spring on the sold-out Masquerade UK Tour in April and May 2023. Ahead of an extensive UK headline tour this winter, the band played their only UK festival appearance of the year at Steelhouse Festival with Black Stone Cherry and Airbourne. The forthcoming tour dates are below:
Sat 7th Oct 2023 – Boston Music Room, London UK
Sat 11th Nov 2023 – Leo’s Red Lion, Gravesend UK
Sun 12th Nov 2023 – B2, Norwich UK
Tue 14th Nov 2023 – The Station, Cannock UK
Wed 15th Nov 2023 – The Cluny 2, Newcastle UK
Thur 16th Nov 2023 – Audio, Glasgow UK
Sat 18th Nov 2023 – Santiago, Leeds UK
Sun 19th Nov 2023 – The Waterloo, Blackpool UK
Wed 22nd Nov 2023 – Fuel, Cardiff UK
Thur 23rd Nov 2023 – Underground, Swindon UK
Fri 24th Nov 2023 – Zanzibar, Liverpool UK
Sat 25th Nov 2023 – Surburbia, Southampton UK