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Bullet Bill - Never Enough

Bullet Bill
Never Enough
by Katarzyna Zakolska at 04 November 2013, 3:07 PM

BULLET BILL is Heavy Metal / Rock 'N' Roll band from London, United Kingdom that was formed in 2009. Band recently released an EP called “Another Dimension” and in the same year 2013 released debut album with nine tracks called ”Never Enough”.

From first sounds of “Another Dimension” there is a sense of cheerfulness, a biting kind of Rock N’ Roll with murkiness, especially in the singing and within the guitar lines. “B.O.M.” had me thinking about how Rococo is the closest thing to an imitation of James Hetfield, yet still in good quality. The catchiness within the melodic features resembles the modern chops of THE OFFSPRING, laying down the Punk. “Set Me Free” is my lucky number one tune, with well played riffs in an interesting modern style. Catchy and outstanding refrain in a melodic Rock 'N' roll origin, fabulous guitar solo. “Jenny With The Devil” is highly enthusiastic with a cross singing by the entire band. The short track almost 3 minutes, but with melodic riffs and a killer chorus. There is a distinct AC/DC vibe the overall structure of “Stereophonic Gun” while “Home” takes up a heavier stance with the likes of METALLICA fused with SCORPIONS. On “One Way Ticket” there is a shining momentum of pure Hard Rock that turned to be quite impressive and easy to listen.

BULLET BILL’s ”Never Enough” has that amazing spirit bestowed. The band is rather young, with a lot of energy to let out, their music is simple, cheery and fun. Their songs employ catchiness, a rocking vibe with edges of Metal, comprehendible surges of class. This is a must for both Rock and Metal fans.

4 Star Rating

1. Another Dimension
2. B.O.M.
3. Letter From Wanda
4. Jenny With The Devil
5. One Way Ticket
6. Breakout
7. Home
8. Stereophonic Gun
9. Set Me Free
Rococo - Guitars / Vocals
Kamal - Bass
Steve - Vocals
Marco - Drums
Record Label: Independent


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