Knock Out Kaine - House Of Sins (2012)

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Knock Out Kaine - House Of Sins (2012)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 28 Dec 2020, 17:55

Knock Out Kaine - House Of Sins (2012)

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Year : 2012
Style : Melodic Hard Rock
Country : United Kingdom
Audio : 320 kbps + scans + Video
Size : 101 mb


Bio:

Somewhere back in time a bunch of absolute reprobates under the moniker of Knock Out Kaine won Kerrang’s Best New Unsigned Act. This was their first official acknowledgement that possibly they had more to offer than singalongs in a boozy backstreet bar in Lincoln. Followed up with KKKK live reviews in Kerrang! magazine, an eye- opening jaunt through Europe with Adler’s Appetite (featuring Steven Adler of Guns N Roses infamy) & all culminating with an appearance at Download Festival & Special Guests to Status Quo, the stage (excuse the pun) was well & truly set for world domination.But this is Knock Out Kaine. A band that lived every minute of every lyric that frontman Dean Foxx sang. Their critically acclaimed debut album ‘House Of Sins’ (2012) offers up an insight into the dark and debauched lifestyle they had become. Tracks such as ‘House of Sins’, ‘Little Crystal’ & ‘Liquor’ are purely autobiographical & evoke the very spirit of 80s rock n roll.The band released their first official music video for ‘Set The Night On Fire’ which featured a cameo appearance from none other than Bruce Dickinson from Iron Maiden.Under new management, a new record label quickly followed and Knock Out Kaine began work on their 2nd album ‘Rise Of The Electric Jester’. Recorded at Axis studios & mastered at AIR studios the album has been met with extreme positivity and shows how the band has matured from the earlier HOS period. Reviews have suggested a likeness to bands such as Queen & Guns N’ Roses.Knock Out Kaine have most recently received a 10/10 live review from Power Play Rock Magazine (May 2015 issue).

Album:

Knock Out Kaine sport enough sonic muscularity and crunchy guitars to put a bruising on your ears. They may be young, but they have done their homework and studied the greats, so when you spin House of Sins, you will hear influences ranging from L.A. Guns to Cinderella to Guns N’ Roses to Motley Crue to Whitesnake; in other words, while the beefiness of the engineering may be as modern as the Twilight craze, the band’s foundation is the kind of unpretentious, no frills, classic ‘80s hard rock that was in vogue back when Die Hard was the biggest movie in America.The press release calls this album “explosive.” Like a libidinous teenager trying for third base on the first date, that may be taking things a bit too far, but House of Sins is certainly worthy of adjectives like “good” and “solid.” It’s hard to imagine any fan of ‘80s hard rock hating this album, but falling head over heels in love with it may be a stretch too, given the familiarity of the band’s sound. That said, it’s interesting to hear how Knock Out Kaine have taken their myriad influences and melted them into one cohesive whole. Sure, the root sound is ‘80s hard rock, but anyone with even a passing grasp of that genre knows it has many nuances and Knock Out Kaine explore them all, resulting in a rock ‘n’ roll listening experience that is both diverse and unified. Monotonous this album is not.In keeping with the straight-forward nature of the album, the musicianship is sturdily competent without resorting to masturbatory flashiness. The guitars pack the kind of punch you would expect from a band with the words “knock out” in their name while staying overtly melodic. The rhythm section provides some nice heft to the songs and the drums are suitably loud without crashing too far over the top. The singer has a mildly rough, soulful voice that serves this ballsy hard rock style well. Everything about this release, from the songs to the musicians to the production, is designed to deliver solid hard rock and it mostly succeeds, with only a few fillers mucking up the soundscape like nuisance potholes in an otherwise smooth road. While these guys are not quite good enough to break out and lead the pack, they are more than good enough to run with said pack and not get left behind.As mentioned, the band borrows liberally from a bevy of ‘80s rock legends. “Little Crystal” is where the band earns its self-tagged sleaze label, telling the tale of a girl whose life doesn’t end up all sunshine and roses while featuring a slithering riff that Slash would’ve been proud to play back in his GNR days. “Going Down (She Goes)” channels prime time Motley Crue with its street-savvy swagger, foot-tapping rhythm, and catchy chorus. And if “Somebody Save Me” doesn’t remind you of Cinderella, well, you’re probably not that familiar with Cinderella. Not vocally — Dean Foxx is nowhere near as raspy as Tom Keifer — but in the musical construction of the song, a pure-blooded American rocker. But none of these compare to the album’s standout track, “Backstreet Romeo,” in which an acoustic guitar drives the verse into a big, electrified anthem of a chorus. When the last power chord fades from your speakers, this is the song you will find yourself singing along to.Knock Out Kaine have real potential. They do a nice job of sounding both modern and retro, no easy task to pull off, and they deserve to find their audience. Modern rockers, melodic rockers, sleaze rockers, blues rockers, classic rockers…this is one of those albums that offers something for everyone who call themselves a hard rock fan. They might not have scored a knockout punch, but they have definitely got what it takes to put you on the ropes and it will only take another album or two before these guys are serious contenders for the title.

Line Up:

Dean Foxx (lead vocals)
Jimmy Bohemian (guitars)
Lee Byrne (bass)
Danny Krash (drums)

Tracklist:

01. The Welcome
02. House Of Sins
03. Liquor Up
04. Little Crystal
05. Set The Night On Fire
06. Backstreet Romeo
07. Skinstar
08. Coming Home
09. Going Down (She Goes)
10. Time
11. Save Me
12. Moving On
13. Coming Home (Radio Edit)

+ Video 'Set The Night On Fire' (Official Video)

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