Best From… Diemonds – Bad Pack – Pre-release review
I had the opportunity to check the Diemonds “Bad Pack” album that will be officially released on 2th October.
This is the one of very few glam, sleaze bands with woman as a vocalist. If you liked Doro Pesch (Warlock) or early Lita Ford, I am certain that you will be delighted with them! Would you like to know more, here is their webpage and the interview with band members.
The album will be available from 2th October. What’s “inside”? Below you can see the full list of all tracks. For now, you can listen to 3 of those tracks on SoundCloud. What is more, Diemonds released two promo videos for “Take On The Night” and “Livin’ Tonight“.
Unfortunately, I have only digital copy so I can not publish any real photos of CD.
- Take On The Night
- Lil’ Miss
- Loud N’ Nasty
- Get The Fuck Outta There
- The Bad Pack
- Left For Dead
- Livin’ Tonight
- Trick Or Treat
Title track, The Bad Pack
For sure, it is the most energetic and loudest song from this album. I really love the guitar solo from the second half, this is the first reason why you should buy this album.
“Take On The Night”
This is the first track from the album, in this case the vocals dominated the music, but there is one exception, 🙂 another perfect guitar solo. I appreciate the very characteristic and catchy refrain.
“Get The Fucka Outta There”
It is my favorite song from this album, I like how the vocals are merged with melody, especially how the chorus is composed into this. Maybe it is only my opinion, but in spite of the title it is melodically their softest song, 😛
I think that you should start listening to this album from this song, as it is pure essence of the whole album and maybe even the band. They recorded quite nice video for this track, 😀 It takes second place shortly after “Get The Fucka Outta There” on my best Diemonds songs list.
To sum up, if you are true heavy metal rebel, this is the perfect album for you, firstly: the rebellious lyrics, secondly: the guitar solos (if you liked Dokken [with George Lynch] because of them, you would love Diemonds too – although their styles are completely different, the guitar solos add flavor to their music!