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LOVE MIGHT KILL

BRACE FOR IMPACT

RELEASED 2011

 

 

Band:
Vocals – Jan Manenti
Guitars – Christian Stöver
Guitars – Stefan Ellerhorst
Bass – Jogi Sweers
Drums – Michael Ehré

 

Track list:
01 Tomorrow Never Comes
02 Calm Before The Storm
03 Pretty Little Mess
04 Caught In A Dream
05 Through The Dawn
06 Brace For Impact
07 We Are The Weak
08 Down To Nowhere
09 Pray To Your God
10 Reach Out
11 The Answer
12 Will Love Remain

 

Brace For Impact is the debut cd from German/Italian band ‘Love.Might.Kill’ this is a fine album with that freshness that only a few bands can achieve. It’s hard to put a certain style to their sound, but melodic hard rock would be the closest having an Italian vocalist is very clever as it will appeal to a more wider audience. Each track has that heavy thick guitar sound that just gets under your skin and a great rhythm section that just bounds along with fine tempos and an immaculate vocal performance from vocalist Jan Manenti.

 

Tomorrow Never Comes’ starts as it means to go on a with a slow expectant intro that just flows into a great song with a great guitar sound and the keyboard gives it that atmospheric feel.

 

Calm Before The Storm’ is drifting into power metal gods Dragonforce territory, a fine tune that just roll’s along at a frantic pace again a great vocal performance.

 

Pretty Little Mess’ a fine melodic track with a great riff and the gem amongst all the tracks on the album

 

Love. Might. Kill have produced an awesome debut album and it’s one that will no doubt stand the test of time, I have found myself being drawn back to it on countless occasions and will continue to do so.

 

 

By Paul Hadlington