Maria Brink’s vocals go from softly singing to violently screaming quickly and seamlessly.
Listening to this album makes me wonder how many artists and albums were lost in the shuffle during the 80s.
If you have ever said “I can’t stand the crap that is on country radio these days,” you need to own this album.
There is not a lot of overproduction on this album. It sounds unrefined and gritty, but also clean at the same time.
Unden!able is hard, fast, pounding metal. It is the type of album that I’d want spinning in the weight room when I played football in high school.
There seems to be less polish and less production on this album and more straightforward rock n roll.
If you like Korn, Disturbed, and early Staind you will like this album.
The amount of sound that is produced by just two guys is remarkable. Some two piece bands feel like they are lacking, but not Black Pistol Fire.
They are part 80s synth pop, part 60s/70s psychedelic rock, and part 90s jam band.
They are the too-cool-for-school, I’m-from-New-York-so-you-wouldn’t-understand-type of rock
This is the most country that you will ever hear Jack White