Electric Frankenstein Super Kool

The overall sound isn’t so good and the last two tracks especially play like they’ve been recorded on a really shitty ghetto blaster. Suffice to say on this band’s 13th album to date the singer’s confidence is without compromise and the guitar solos are gnarly and not out of place. There’s a spunky rendition of the Sex Pistols’ "Satellite” and a foolproof cover of "Never Say Die” by Black Sabbath. The best is the opening title track as Steve Miller howls with sarcastic intent, "Take a number/get in line/make it worth my while” over top of the grinding gears. Look for their new album, "Burn Bright, Burn Fast” out now but most importantly seek out a live show. This band’s pure rock energy is intoxicating. (Morphius)