Music collective The Dead Daises continues their rock 'n roll vagabond and has just released their third album. This is also the second with John Corabi who took over after the former Noiseworks front-man, Jon Stevens in 2015. Think that their previous two records have been good, but that also lacked that little extra that you would expect. It may have to do both Revolución (2015) and The Dead Daises (2013) has been somewhat tame in terms of style and not had the hard rock character that one can expect given their backgrounds.
On this new album, the band consists of no less than:
- John Corabi - lead vocals (Motel Crue, The Scream)
- Doug Aldrich - Lead Guitar (Whitesnake, Dio)
- Marco Mendoza - bass (Blue Murder, Whitesnake)
- Brian Tichy - Drums (Foreigner, Whitesnake)
- David Lowy - rhythm guitar (Red Phoenix, Mink)
And this quintet have now really got it right and deliver a powerful and very nice hardrock record in the Make Some Noise, just as you would expect. It really feels like the band really want to rock this time and has now replaced the blues elements to more Guns' N Roses fragrant classic rock with a sleaze edge. It sounds just spot on and with tracks like "Long Way To Go" and "Make Some Noise", John Corabi and his men show that they belong to the top of todays bands. "Last Time I Saw The Sun" and the arena rocker, "Song and a Prayer" must be mentioned as they are coming TDD classic.
Is normally not a fan of covers, but the band's interpretation of Credence Clearwater Revivals "Fortunate Son" is very magical with its GNR framing.
So if you like classic hard rock with an early 90’s touch, this album is a monster and without a doubt the bands one, up to date!