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DevilsRadio – Great Day

The Devil is most definitely in the details, so turn up the dial on this one and take a moment to revel in the deceptively simple, skull-rattling indulgence of this uplifting but diabolical soundscape.

DevilsRadio - It's A Great Day

Right off the top of this new single by Ontario Rockers DevilsRadio, you will get an instant sense of their mantra. Which is, to borrow from their press release, that this band “doesn’t need a guitar to deliver consistently catchy riffs that will keep you rocking all night long”. Opening with a dirty bass groove that delivers heavy riffage from the jump, there’s certainly something to be said for bucking tradition in this case!

The power chorus immediately revs up thereafter, producing a proclamation that with the sun up and the fuzz up, it is already a “Great Day”. As stripped down as the production on this banger might seem, it is that relative simplicity which helps anchor the message. Sometimes the simplest things in life are taken for granted and DevilsRadio are here with a statement song, to help ensure that doesn’t happen to them, or us.

There’s some stellar vocal range being exhibited here that is echoed throughout, but it’s especially present in the sections of “oooh’s” that reach for that upper register – all while the Canadian Rock trio work to compliment each other, quite ably. While the vocals swell, soar and stir – the pounding accents of the backbeat expertly manage to both increase and decrease the tension, rounded out by the raunchy bass-infused debauchery of the twisting and turning lead groove.

The Devil is most definitely in the details, so turn up the dial on this one and take a moment to revel in the deceptively simple, skull-rattling indulgence of this uplifting but diabolical soundscape.

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Frank M'Otion
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Frank M'Otion is somewhat of a mystery man, but has achieved some pretty remarkable things in the music industry under different pseudonyms.  As a Producer and Writer, an Artist and Mentor - he has chaperoned the careers of several bands, rappers and singers across multiple genres.  As a studied music historian and an independent music advocate, he has been commissioned to write with For The Love Of Bands strictly and literally, For The Love..

4 Comments

  • really interesting dynamic, a track like this could easily sit in the same place and just chug along the power of this one comes through its range and the excellent vocal performance it seems

  • Just discovered DevilsRadio through this review. What a great band! Looking forward to hearing more from them

  • Sounds Awesome! A mIx of Shinedown type vocals with a bit of Queens of the Stoneage instrumentals. I dig it.

  • Really digging the huge bass tone in this track. The straight beat makes the riff all the sweeter to play back too. Keep smashing it!!

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