Bloody Hollies Who to Trust, Who to Kill, Who to Love

With a heavy shot of blues thrown into their garage rock mix, the Bloody Hollies have delivered their most solid disc to date. Who to Trust, Who to Kill, Who to Love features the San Diego group’s tunefully electric songwriting in peak form on tracks such as "Rain” and "Satanic Satellite.” Throughout the record, the band add a number of variations on its Stooges meets Blues Explosion stomp. The group also convey some literary sensibilities on the slow boogie of "Black Box Blues,” whose lyrics centre on Shirley Jackson’s classic short story The Lottery. With each of their releases, the Bloody Hollies have shown an ability to make steady progress and offer increasingly more explosive discs. (Alive!)