February 20, 2017

Redwolves: Walking Roads

photo: Kasper Rebien

Danish quartet Redwolves love the hard rock bands from the Seventies, an era where lead vocalists were measured by their vocal range and stage presence and lead guitarists became soloists in their own right. Drum solos happened and bass players were in charge of the groove. Their Walking Roads EP only hints at their potential - don't be surprised when they stretch the material on stage with dazzling fretwork and call-and-response jamming.

Safe for the token slow song Farewell the songs come tumbling out of the speakers like a pack of souped-up hotrods. These guys mean business and are sure to make the playlists of air guitarists and students of timeless rawk.

Redwolves:
Rasmus Cundell: vocals
Simon Stenbæk: guitar
Nicholas Randy Tesla: bass
Kasper Rebien: drums

Walking Roads is a self-released EP. Buy it from their website.

Tracks:
  1. The Barrier
  2. Got You On My Mind
  3. Farewell
  4. Walking Roads

» redwolves.dk

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