CD REVIEW: V FIRE – Out Of The Garage
Reviewed by Shane Pinnegar
No prizes for guessing V Fire’s primo influences: the stamp of Zeppelin, Hendrix, Thin Lizzy and their classic rock ilk are all over Out Of The Garage.
Not that there’s anything wrong with that, of course, when they deliver such a solid set of rockin’ tunes as these.
V Fire have obviously done the hard yards in front of crowds – their sound is organic, ultra-tight, melodic and well-crafted, featuring excellent playing and production. In fact, there’s little to fault on Out Of The Garage at all, especially when the songs burrow deeper into your ears with each consecutive listen. Hung On You, Away, 99 mph, Funny Bone all harken back to the glory days of classic rock, whilst the Italian foursome bring a very modern sensibility to proceedings.
Out Of the Garage is a gem of an album – one which will thrill rockers of all shades, and with more recording scheduled for February, V Fire’s next release will surely be one to keep an ear out for.
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