Review By Darren McIntyre
Louderyell is a hard-rocking 4 piece outfit from Cremona, Italy that blends 80’s hard rock sounds with decidedly more modern sounds with immediate & catchy melodies.
The band dropped their debut single Toxic Love which I will be reviewing for you today, the band are presently working on their debut album and hopes that this will be a taster for things to come. Please sit back as I walk us through this blistering debut offering from this killer Italian outfit.
Toxic Love – From the outset, we are met with a slick cool guitar melody that works well with a punchy snare drum beat that brings a heavy bass kick that lets this crunching beast make itself known. We have soulful vocals that really balance out this gritty pounding number as the bassline drops funky beats that just allow this track to breathe.
The whole arrangement is a breath of fresh air as the band just delivers a foot-stomping rock track that has depth, direction and bags of energy as the band kicks in the doors and delivers sweet guitar licks that have crisp tones and a real solid base that just takes the arrangement to another place as we get cool backing vocals that flow effortlessly through the composition as the rhythm section delivers meaty tones that are wrapped in melodic vocals that just let this track make itself known.
Linda Binashi – Vocals
Nicola Mafessanti – Guitar
Luca Mafessanti – Bass
Andrea Golti – Drums
Track Listing – Toxic Love