16 October 2011


Solid and rocking hardcore with just enough rock and roll. The base here is traditional Japanese HC, but GEESE add slick bluesy solos and the vocals put just a little more pelvic thrust in the monitor than you are probably used to. Make no mistake, this isn't some schlock rock - these dudes pop the collars of their leather jackets before they hit the stage and Die Is Still Rock drips with that attitude...while it scorches.


Anonymous said...

This is all kinds of fun. Thanks!

the wizard said...