Psycho Kiss – Bloodbath at the disco

album by:
Psycho Kiss
Version:
CD

Reviewed by:
Rating:
4
On June 23, 2014
Last modified:June 23, 2014

Summary:

An excellent album - classic rock with great female vocals. This band deserve to be a lot bigger.

Psycho Kiss - Bloodbath at the disco“Bloodbath at the disco” is the second album from South Wales rock band Psycho Kiss.  Like Triaxis (also from South Wales), they have a classic rock/metal sound, although whereas Triaxis are more classic metal, Psych Kiss are more classic hard rock. Like Triaxis they have a talented female singer with a great voice.

It’s a very good album with no weak tracks on it, but “Why should I care” and “Warpaint” are probably my favourites as Helen Clarke really lets rip  and impresses with that great voice.  It’s a close thing though as there are so many great songs here all sounding great.  I also particularly liked “Conspiracy whore” with its lyrics putting the boot into the conspiracy nuts who spread conspiracy theories without a shred of proof to support them.
The production is good with the vocals sounding great, the guitars being loud and powerful but never overpowering the vocals, and a good solid sound from the drums and bass – it’s all nice and clear and powerful – just what you want.

An excellent album – classic rock with great female vocals.  This band deserve to be a lot bigger.

Track listing:

1. Bloodbath at the disco
2. Red white and gold
3. Conspiracy whore
4. Why should I care
5. There is no god
6. In your groove
7. Beautiful
8. Home
9. Warpaint
10. Breathe again

Psycho kiss are:

Vocals – Helen Ceri Clarke
Lead guitar – Paul O’Brien
Bass guitar – Marvin Medwell
Drums – Penfold

An excellent album - classic rock with great female vocals. This band deserve to be a lot bigger.

About Ant May

I spend half my life at gigs or festivals and the other half writing the reviews and editing photos, and somehow find time for a full time job too. Who needs sleep - I've got coffee.
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