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Smash Into Pieces - The Apocalypse DJ

4.50
Reviewer :
Johan Wippsson Format: Album
Release date: 2015-02-24 Year: 2015
Label: Gain
Genre: Modern Rock,  Pop
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Swedish rockers Smash Into Pieces delivered in 2013 a powerful modern rock album that was one of that year's best. The band is now back and this in a very impressive way, even better than I expected actually. Album number two tends to be clearly weaker than the debut, but this does not apply here as the band once again offers a magnificent slice of modern rock. Tracks like “Don't Wake Me Up" and “Disaster Highway" is insanely good and is just made for the larger arenas. Is very surprised that not to Sweden Rock have booked these guys as they have a style that is perfect for that festivals visitor. The duet of "My Cocaine" where Elize Ryd from Amaranthe is guesting is also a safe card, with its strong melody and stylish chorus just made for the radio. Wow!
None else than Brian Sperber (Alter Bridge, 3 Doors Down, Carpark North) have stepped in this time to give them a huge and powerful sound. This is a must for this type of rock, but that is no problem at all here as the production is top notch with its class rock edge.
So if you like bands like Breaking Benjamin, Seether and why not say Alter Bridge, The Apocalupse DJ is a must to check up as they are in the same league.

Tracklisting 1. Stronger
2. My Cocaine
3. Disaster Highway
4. Checkmate
5. Don't Wake Me Up
6. Another Day on the Battlefield
7. Reaching Out
8. Color of Your Eyes
9. Bullets
10. Burn
11. Rock 'n' Roll (The Apocalypse Tribute)


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