Contributor George Marlesan reviewed the new album from Seattle alternative rock band Vendetta Red, check out what he has to say about Quinceanera - Read it HERE
By: George Marlesan
Vendetta Red comes blasting out of the Northwest embracing the sounds that flashback to grunge days... or do they? Maybe because there are times they hit the grunge reflect, then soften to an indie dream buzz state and next start screaming at you, before hitting you with weird electronic pulses in "Deceiver". It felt more like we are going to try a variety of sounds before we decide what we are. Vocals are completely in line from song to song and become recognizable as a trademark soaked barroom maid by halfway through the album.
Their new album Quinceañera is an interesting bag of rocks, pebbles, and boulders. Shows promise but overall felt uncertain of itself.
Vendetta Red's new album Quinceañera is interesting and has its moments. Overall a 3 out of 5 Bad Asses.
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