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Music Reviews: Tesla, Brother Firetribe, Mother Road, and Niva

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Here’s some more classic hard rock for your ears this week.

Tesla - SimplicityTesla are back with Simplicity, their newest album in quite a while – 14 songs of consistent hard rock for your listening pleasure. Tesla are nothing but consistent and deliver what their fans want. While this album is not innovative in any way, it is reassuring and will not disappoint. Well done Jeff Keith and company.

Brother Firetribe have released Diamond in the Firepit. This is a strong hard rock release, one that is very European-flavored. It is guaranteed that you will dig these tracks, even if most of the songs aren’t long in length. This is a perfect soundtrack for the summer.

Mother Road have unleashed Drive. This is hard-edged rock that is much closer to its blues roots than some you might hear these days. Fans of bands like Thunder will find instant kinship with this band. From the opening track “The Sun Will Shine Again” to the final track “On My Way”, it’s hard not to enjoy this album. It is highly recommended for you blues rock fans out there.

Niva are set to release an album on 29 August called Incremental IV. This is a short, but sweet collection of Euro-style hard rockers. At 11 songs and 39 minutes, it doesn’t hang around too long and thus, never gets boring. It is the perfect respite when you need a musical break. Solid songwriting and catchy choruses make for an entertaining release.

I am sure you will find something to your liking above. As always, stay safe and rocking out there.

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  • Gaggleygoop_tigermittens

    I think the lack of focus in the flow of the album really takes away from the transition form one song to the next.