Bad Ass Productions own Marcus Mac reviews the new album Sasquatch by Seattle, WA punk rock band The Finger Guns. Read here what he had to say about the Album!
Marcus Mac reviews the album Sasquatch by The Finger Guns.
The opening song “All The Scars” feels like the radio single. A refreshing rip roaring melody. That reminds everyone there’s still a place for classic punk/ alt rock. The vocals make me think of “Rise Against”. Powerful passionate and with driven focus. Crunchy guitars, with to the point solos layered in skillfully. Rhythmically designed drum and bass combos help to sustain an album jumping with rock energy. “Seattle Traffic” captures the band connection to their hometown. Summed in swelling guitar tone. Along with in your face lyrics and drums. The album is finished off with pounding percussions and a lightning guitar riff in “Thunderbolt! Thunderbolt!. Which was a smart way too capped off a high energy album. Although this album may lack an abundant amount of radio singles. It scores with depth of creative sound, slick lyrics, strong vocals, and overall good punk grit.
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