Halestorm is back with his third album Into The Wild Life. They have with their previous albums showed that they are one of the biggest future hopes in the classic rock. With songs like "Love Bites (So Do I)", "I Miss The Misery" and "I Get Off" they have set a clear track in today's rock history and also created a large fan base, worldwide. This new album will surely build on this, as it is a very strong and competent album that delivers what you would expect. Really like that they build on their classic rock vein, but it also has a modern touch that makes them feel fresh and classy. Tracks that "Amen," "Sick Individual" and "Mayhem" are the favorites here and show the best side of modern rock with its tough and melodic melodies. Even the softer "Dear Daughter" and "The Reckoning" are strong tracks and will probably be single candidates in the future.
Overall is Into The Wilf life anything else than a hit and will definitely increase Halestorms well deserved success even more. Great album!
The Dangerous Summer is also book written by Ernest Hemingway, published in 1985, which describes the rivalry between bullfighters Luis Miguel Dominguín and his brother in law Antonio Ordóñez during the "dangerous summer" of 1959. It has been described as Hemingway´s last book.