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Jereva Jereva Album review

Jereva

Independent release available on Spotify and ReverbNation

Album review by Allyson Kingsley Music Journalist with Boston Rock Radio

 

Jereva is a quartet originating from the South Shore, Mass and Rhode Island area and they have an independent self-titled release chock full of brawny hard rock. They formed in 2016 and have shared stages with Scissorfight, Blackletter, Red Mantis, and Wreak among others. The members are Dino Campopiano (guitar), Bill Jolliemore (bass), Mike Dellefemine (drums) and Kevin Fay (vocals).

 

“Mr. Infinity" immediately blight you with annihilating axe and tenacious edgy vocals. Check out the superlative drumming and noble guitar solo midway on the track “Cows.” Groove to the catchy down n’ dirty “All the Psychos.” Kevin sings with fervent zeal and the riffs are vigorous throughout the 8 Song album. The sound production is crisp and keeps that edgy raw feel. The entire album is permeated with raucous strength and might and is available on Spotify and ReverbNation.

 

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