Hell In The Club – Let The Games Begin [2011]

Country Italy          

Style Sleazy Hard Rock

Rating 85/100

Band Members Andrea Buratto – Bass, Andrea Piccardi – Guitars, Davide Moras – Vocals, Frederico Pennazzato – Drums

Additional Musicians Antonio Agate – Keyboards

Tracks 01. Never Turn My Back, 02. Rock Down This Place, 03. On The Road, 04. Natural Born Rockers, 05. Since You’re Not Here, 06. Another Saturday Night, 07. Raise Your Drinkin’ Glass, 08. No Appreciation, 09. Forbidden Fruit, 10. Star, 11. Daydream Boulevard, 12. Don’t Throw In The Towel

 

Profile There was a time when glam and hard rock bands played in oversized stadiums and the whole embraced acts like Motley Crue or Guns ‘N’ Roses. In that same period a lot of new bands joined this type of music by releasing albums that were not bad at all, but also not as good as the mega acts, and in the end they vanished. Good albums in this style continue to come in 2011 and one of them is “Hell In The Club”
Hell In The Club is a four piece made up of members from Italian heavy metal bands Secret Sphere and Elvenking, and basically the idea for the project was started by Secret Sphere’s bass player Andrea Buratto, who wanted to do an “ambitious rock ‘n’ roll project” as supposed to the symphonic power metal of his other band.

Buratto quickly realized they needed a capable singer and they found just that in front man Davide Moras aka Damnagoras from Elvenking. Andrea Piccardi was the first choise on guitars as he is one of the most talented rock session guitarist in the area and it was clear that he could be the perfect guitar palyer for the band not only for his skills but also for his great taste in composing and arranging music. The band needed a devoted and skilled musician also on the drums and Secret Sphere’s Federico Pennazzato was the man. Groove, power and high musical taste…this is Fede!

The link with bands such as Poison, Skid Row, Warrant and anybody else you want to name here is made quickly. “Let The Games Begin” has a certain easy listening feeling in it. These Italians sound very much like those USA bands, they play decently and they have written their twelve songs nicely according to the rules.

These guys all have the talent to produce so much more than metal songs, and this album is the perfect way of demonstrating their combined gift. So this is HELL IN THE CLUB! A big new rock ‘n’ roll band that knocks down your soul and takes you right into a hellride of fun, power and emotions with a big dose of hard rock!

 

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