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Burn Out

     
         
         
         
             
             
Electric Shock are a hard rock band from France formed in 2011 who released their debut E.P. in 2013. Their second release, the six song mini album 'Burn Out', was released in 2016.    
             
Raucous and raw, Electric Shock get their latest release underway with 'Dressed To Kill' displaying all the hallmarks of early glam rockers Kiss. Pulsating rhythms and a party rock feel, 'Dressed To Kill' bristles with passion and sparkling guitar solos. 'Too Loud Ain't Loud Enough' is ballsy and bombastic, chugging relentlessly with a buzzsaw style riffing. Attitude laden vocals and an insanely addictive rhythm, 'Too Loud Ain't Loud Enough' packs a very hard punch. With a guitar sound echoing the classic NWOBHM riffing style, 'Scream My Name' is old school hard rock, with a catchy sing a long chorus. Memorable hooks and infectious rhythms are becoming the theme across the album so far, making it a shame that there is only six songs on offer.    
             
The Kiss influence can be heard on 'Play It Rock 'N' Roll' as well as the AC/DC boogie as the song kicks into life and pounds its way forward. Clear, clean vocals, a blend of Paul Stanley (Kiss) and Michael Kiske (ex Helloween) complimented by screaming guitars and screechy solos, 'Burn Out' is sharp edged, hard hitting hard rock. With a huge surge of energy and power, and a more up tempo rhythm 'Heavy Metal Resistance' moves swiftly into galloping heavy metal. Fast paced and punchy, 'Heavy Metal Resistance' still retains the infectious rhythm of the earlier songs. Increasing the pace another notch, 'Beer Ritual' brings this mini album to a close in a blistering burst of energy, explosive guitars and thunderous rhythms.    
             
Overall, hard hitting hard rock, echoing the sound of early Kiss...catchy rhythms, memorable hooks and choruses that just beg to be sung, 'Burn Out' is addictive.    
             
             
Review By Iron Mathew Collins    
             
Reviewed For Inferno Records    
             
Review is also featured at Metal Gods TV    
             
             
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