Halestorm - Into The Wild Life



7 | 65 votes |
Release date: 3 April 2015
Style: Hard rock

Owners:

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4 want it


01. Scream
02. I Am The Fire
03. Sick Individual
04. Amen
05. Dear Daughter
06. New Modern Love
07. Mayhem
08. Bad Girls World
09. Gonna Get Mine
10. The Reckoning
11. Apocalyptic
12. What Sober Couldn't Say
13. I Like It Heavy
14. Jump The Gun [bonus]
15. Unapologetic [bonus]

Line-up
Lzzy Hale - vocals, guitars, keyboards
Joe Hottinger - guitars, backing vocals
Arejay Hale - drums, backing vocals
Josh Smith (I) - bass, backing vocals

Staff review by
Ivor
Rating:
N/A
Hard rock is a genre that's a bit on the stale side, to put it mildly, for keeping up with it. I get bored faster than I actually like to admit. I mean, I'm game for some rocking out but there's too little traction for even a casual listen most of the time. However, there's this. I may sound like a broken record on repeat here but if you've missed me saying it before, I'm totally in for female vocals with character; and Halestorm is exactly that, more so when going flat out.

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published 04.06.2015 | Comments (8)

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03.04.2015 - 22:34
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Masterchief
Just tried this , what I see is, why I pay attention is more I see Lzzy Hale as woman to look at how she looks, not as band what I want listen, week, boring album wit some catch songs ... typical best of band
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28.07.2016 - 21:14
Rating: 4
musicalkaratekid
Interesting new direction here, but it's completely boring and dull in terms of execution and general all-round performance. Even Lzzy sounds bored most of the time, and the band play rhythm section in a very auto-pilot way, as if the 50 minute runtime here was rushed just to get the album out as quick as possible. There's a few decent tracks here ("I am the Fire", "Dear Daughter", "Mayhem") but not even they can lift the album out of sheer mediocrity. The previous two albums blow this out of the water if I'm honest.
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