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Roachclip - Night Falls

Roachclip
Night Falls
by Sharon "Metal Chick" Bar-Or at 31 May 2012, 10:09 PM

Listening to "Night Falls" ’s first track made me feel like these guys are pretty good but then I listened to the rest of the album which was one big disappointment.

Sven Bauer sounds like Blaze Bayle (Former IRON MAIDEN lead vocalist) that decided to join a French Hard Rock band = Not a winning combination. Sven Bauer doesn't have a respectful vocal range to fit ROACHCLIP's nature which is unreliable and sometimes out of tune and rhythm.

Listening to the third track of Night Falls,"LeBon Roi Dagobert" made me wondering why the hell this song sounds like a happychildren's song?! Doesn't ROACHCLIP supposed to be a Hard Rock band? What did they think about writing this track?! I have no idea…

I really loved the forth track "GL 298": It's an awesome ballad, both musically and lyriclly. The guitar solo on this specific track are really cool and create this beautiful decor to a good story line.

Insturmantally, both keyboards and guitars were pretty good, especially when they were combined in each other. But unfortuanlly, not good enough to be more than just "pretty good".

I'm going to conclude things up by saying this: I heard better and I also heard worst…

2 Star Rating

Tracklist:
1. No Reason
2. Buffalo
3. Le Bon Roi Dagobert
4. GL 298
5. It is You
6. Poison Blonde
7. 1077
8. Praying Mantis
9. St. James Infirmary
10. Stay With Me
11. Suck Duck Rockin´
12. When the Nightfalls
13. Fisherman
Lineup:
Sven Bauer- Lead vocals/Guitars/Bass/Keyboards
Oliver Noack- Keyboards
Fritz Steger- Drums
Thilo Kromer- Backing vocals/ Bass
Rolf Schmidt- Guitars 
Record Label: Pure Rock Records
     


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