Monday, February 17, 2020

REVIEW : CONFESS, BURN ‘EM ALL (Street Symphonies Records & Burning Minds Music Group , 2020)

The Swedish sleaze metal band of CONFESS is back in business with album number three; this time under a new record label (Street Symphonies Records & Burning Minds Group) and with fresh ideas these Swedes are ready to unleash their big guns and to deliver their best opus to-date.

"Burn'Em All" is entitled Confess's brand new opus that is gonna be released in February 28th and as I mentioned above it's about a damn fine slice of pure sleaze metal heaven at its best. 

The opening tune of "So What" is just f@#in' awesome; ass-kicking, heavy and loud and with this late 80's vibe in it that is going to thrill each and every fan of this scene. Next in "Malleus" the band is delivering yet another smokin', fistful and sleazy metal anthem. In "Welcome Insanity", we have a more straight forward hard rockin' song while in "Heresy" we have one of the new record's highlights. More commercial and with a killer melody in it this one is simply breathtaking. The chorus line will make you whistle it for days. 
The self-titled track is a total 'pedal-to-the-metal' sample and with some punkier pinches enough to make your head spining while with "Is It Love" Confess sounds like Crazy Lixx (of the last two albums). A damn fine sample of pure melodic hard rock heaven. "509" will kick some major asses, that's sure, and "One For The Road" closes this wonderful opus in such a great, and more in a classic hard rock, way. 

So, bottom line is that if you are looking for a record that includes a bad-ass attitude, big sing-a-long hooks and choruses, tons of melodies and in-your-face performances, then CONFESS's "Burn 'Em All" is the right album for ya! 

Songwritting : 7
Production : 8
Musicianship : 9
Songs : 9

Overall Rating : 8,25 / 10 

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