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Drivetrain Hellcat Album review

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Album review by Allyson Kingsley Music Journalist with Boston Rock Radio

 

 

There is a certain something eternally endearing about Maine, the camping, the fishing, the wild and surprisingly a little hotspot of rock and metal. From the city of Portland is Drivetrain, garish yet graceful and 100 percent dirty rock n roll. The members are Kevin Beling (vocals and guitar), Alex Fabish (drums), Butch Fabish (guitar), and Ben Philbrick (bass).

 

A listen to this EP is something you would get if you mixed Motorhead, Thunder and George Thorogood and the Destroyers. It's loud. It's gutsy.  “Burn Slow" has simple lyrics but evokes a feeling of grab a cold one and fucking party. “Manhunt” and “Ain't Lonely" have gutsy gritty balls out vocals and crushing guitar flair. The songs are bold and spirited, an atmosphere of debauchery.

 

Although the album is short, it is quite sharp and adrenaline soaked. They will be performing at Geno's Rock Club in Portland, Maine on December 22nd.

 

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