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Violent Divine - Violent Divine
Band:
Violent Divine
Label:
Chavis Records
Album:
Violent Divine
Release:
2006
Genre:
Rock
Reviewer:
Rating:
4 stars
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Violent Divine, another Swedish prodigy of the pop culture of 80’s sounds have released their self-titled debut on Chavis Records. The band has catchy choruses in the vain of Fastback with vocal style of David Sylvian and a hard edge like Motley Crue. “Love Revolution” caught my attention with the fluent stream of nail biting lyric that should give Violent Divine some notoriety. Seems to me, most of the best music these days is coming out of Sweden, and Violent Divine is no exception. I like the direction of the band, and I am sure they will make strides to keep the Swedish market on the top of the music heap. “Slow” really gives the band dimension, and shows the versatility they have, by jumping genre’s, bouncing right back to the head banging anthem, “Rush You.” I can feel the power and excitement in many of these tunes.  They will not keep the band down too long before exploding. The guitar riffs by G are memorable in the same style as Marilyn Manson’s John 5, has on those crunchy chords. Check these guys out for some good music.


Band Lineup:
  • Michael Ahlstrom - Vocals
  • Mikael G Qrist - Guitar
  • Klaus Gauffin - Bass
  • Gustav Gus Liljenstron - Drums

 

Track Listing:
  1. Let's Go
  2. Love Revolution
  3. The Morning Show
  4. Levitate
  5. Enslaved
  6. Slow
  7. Rush You
  8. Apocalypse
  9. Ghost in The Machine
  10. Malfunction
  11. Misery
  12. Down The Line
  13. Little Angel

 

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