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Fall From Grace, Rise From The Ashes

Bob Aubrey
Fall From Grace, Rise From The Ashes

You can really hear a lot of old school Too Fast For Love-era Motley Crue in the sound that Fall From Grace is making. Only its a little darker, and a little more punk. That being said, you already know that these guys rock, and their disc, Rise From the Ashes, is no exception.When a CDs first track starts off with a flange-effected drum set you know youve got to turn it up, and Fall From Graces When Heroes Dont Prevail does exactly that. The whole disc is chock full of rock, and if played loud enough, can incite fist pumping and lighter salutes everywhere. Blue & Cold is classic Crue-esqe brilliance. Last Breath Of Me gets an A for arena rock, as well. In Self Destruct they bring up the tempo, and you can hear their punk influences take center stage. Roses Turn Black made me want to tear up my jeans and wear a bandana on my leg. Toast it. Unless youre scared of awesome arena rock and if you are scared you dont deserve that shiny new iPod.Check them out live at the Fox Theater in Boulder on Nov 17th and 18th.

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