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Black Heart Saints 'Misery' Album Review by John Sylvia

Black Heart Saints



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Album Review By John Sylvia

Boston Rock Radio


Out of Austin,TX comes Black Heart Saints with their current EP, Misery, a follow up to their 2017 LP release, Alive, and it’s a smoker for sure! This independent four track EP got my attention quickly and held it throughout the duration.

This band has the stylings of a Classic Rock group, but with a slightly harder edge. The vocals of front man, Josh Ross, are nothing less than amazing and have been compared to Myles Kennedy and Chris Cornell. They do a very unique cover of Robert Palmer’s, Addicted To Love, and they do it well. I really enjoyed this listening experience, as well as the video for the song, Lines. ( https://youtu.be/zEDkgJ1cOZ4 )

I would definitely suggest giving Black Heart Saints a listen. My only gripe would be that four songs just got me started, I wanted more! I will be revisiting this band and this album, as it is exactly the type of music that I personally prefer. Misery by Black Heart Saints is available now.


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