Hurricane tide 'EP' - 201

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Sep 1, 2012 | 9:55 AM EDT
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3.9 MB
3 min 48 sec
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Metal, Rock - Punk

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THE DIRTY LOVE The year 2003 seems a lifetime ago..But these three brothers have been living in and out of pubs,clubs, vans and on couches since before Bieber could even spread his own toast. Anyway lets skip a few years.. they have an Album out titled 'Black and white'. Recorded in Melbourne Australia at the Legendary studio that is Birdland.. with the even more legendary producer Lindsay gravina (Jet, Magic Dirt, The Living End) and engineered by the wonderful Rob Long.

The Dirty Love's pulse pounding "Radio Revolution" from their Debut album seems like a Rock N’ Roll anthem birthed in the 70's that has finally found its way home into the new millennium. These guys bring a ferocious amount of blood, sweat and tears to a genre of music that absolutely demands it! With driving guitars, dirty rhythms and more attitude then a hornets’ nest, don't be surprised if you find yourself granting singer Aaron Damon's request for you to "Get up and dance to his Rock N’ Roll". After a few spins, you'll feel like you just spent the night drinking with Alice Cooper, AC/DC and Social Distortion.

The Deep southern Aussie Rock n Rollers The Dirty Love are back in 2012 with a vengance. A Debut Album under their belt, a million miles from home, a Russian Bass Player and armed to the teeth with a plethora of bangin' good tunes, they have for you, fresh off the press, a new EP. The new EP titled 'Hurricane tide' is a collection of songs old and new the band were working on and decided to release as a more stripped back acoustic showcase of the groups talents.. but fear not, this is not but the end of the loud guitar boozing band you all know, but rather the calm before the storm..picture yourself standing in the middle of a tornado because when you come face to face with The Dirty Love they are going to rip you apart.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Could use a little tweaks, like making a few guitar parts a bit heavier, but besides that, this is pretty well done.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Complete song with an individual feel but sounds closer to early southern rock than punk.