The second song released featuring new singer James Durbin
I have a ton of respect for Frankie Manali and Chuck Wright, and Alex Grossi seems like a very accomplished player, but for whatever reason this just ain’t working out. If this was a young up and coming band I would cut them some slack, but these guys have been around for awhile and should know quality is. This is just not very good. Durbin is off key in parts and doesn’t sound a shred like Quiet Riot. At least Paul Shortino had the right kind of voice, but you’d think the band would have learned after that experiment they are not an AOR band and need to go back to the early days of rowdy rock.
I wish them the best, it’s hard to make a living in this business, but I can’t pretend that this is a strong song.
Frankie Banali – drums
Alex Grossi – guitars
Chuck Wright – bass guitar
James Durbin – vocals
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