google5fdb2843fc4f1b5b.html Rock Chic: Liberty Slaves - 'Everyman For Themselves'

Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Liberty Slaves - 'Everyman For Themselves'

Words by Adrian Ball 

Huddersfield hard rockers Liberty Slaves are releasing their EP Everyman For Themselves in April and it’s a showcase of talent that’s bound to push the band above and beyond the attention they’re receiving on BBC Introducing and American airplay. 

First track of three Everyman for Themselves has an opening sound similar to early Black Sabbath; a great start to anything, really. Although repetitive in its delivery, on this occasion it absolutely works.

Heavens Above continues on the old school road of heavy metal with a continuously solid grounding that shows off impressive guitar work throughout, while Ya Damned Right sounds a little raunchier. Like an old friend you haven’t seen for a while, you feel a connection with this song in its warm delivery. Heavy riffs get the foot tapping and prove this is the best track of them all.

Lil Big Man has stumbling guitars that give it a welcoming prog-rock feel, adding something different to the overall vibe of the EP and offering a deeper side from the band.

There is a need to listen to new music and see the genre we all love progressing and staying healthy. We all know music can make you smile, surface emotions or make you dance around and this EP delivers a solid performance while being a completely mixed bag.

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