Professor Black

Professor Black-I Am The Rock Review

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Get It On is the perfect rocker to start things off here, the riffs are filled with energy and the vocals filled with urgency. Bad News comes in with the riffs, and from there it is high energy and rocking. Dance Of Death has Motorhead feels to it, from the riff, to the delivery of the vocals, very thrashy. Hired Gun has swagger, the bass is so very heavy and the guitars dance around. Watch What You Say continues this feeling, producing another head banger. Shakedown comes in with a snarl, and continues with bite and teeth.

End Of  The Line has the groove and the swagger, producing one of the meatiest songs on the record, and with fine form as well. This is sure to be a number to be remembered for some time. Don’t Talk To Me grooves and snakes, producing something that could perhaps be called swagger and bite into the mainstream. Three Devils is a rocker, producing another infectious riff and melody. I Am The Rock is commanding, producing spectacle and bite. Hard To Please is a swaggering song that plays on everything good and heavy.

The album is out 5th October via High Roller Records.

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Professor Black

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Habeas Corpus is a mesh of the elements bringing together an interesting mix of distortion and chaos, and ensuring that the listener is forced to pay attention. Too Soon is ethereal, with the synth driving the way and the guitar following close behind.

Stations is a slow moving rocker, that produces some finesse and groove. Every Second is a rocker, led by the riff and finishing with a hook.

The album is out 5th October via High Roller Records.

Professor Black

Professor Black-Sunrise Review

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Die By Sun comes in with an interesting melody on the guitar, strumming and humming, the melodies are arranged in such a manner to fit in with the theme. As the guitars get heavier so to do the feelings that they elicit. In The Fire And The Rain is built on a solid riff, pounding away, with growing confidence and aggression. No Way Back shifts and turns with precision, building up as time goes by, to reach a crescendo by the end. Gathering Stone is another song built on a fearsome riff, and one that really makes it heavy, with the vocals building in quite nicely.

Closer To Death comes barrelling in with a product of metal and synth, ensuring some fascinating grooves. Everyone Knows is dark and foreboding, built on the riff changes and the melodies that shift in and out. Fall From On High is an interesting mix of soft and dark, producing melodies that change and shift within themselves. You and I is an interesting closer, a heavily riff orientated song.

The album is out 5th October via High Roller Records.