Tag Archives: Phil Vincent

CRANSTON – II

January 29, 2019

Rock Company 2018 Second coming of American trio who aspire to be large than life but are in danger of losing themselves. Not lingering in between-albums limbo for too long, this little ensemble with a big sound follow their with … Continue reading

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D’ERCOLE – Made To Burn

December 16, 2018

Rock Company 2018 Still aflame, American hard rockers finally see the light and share it with their flock. In a classic case of perseverance and payoff, this ensemble never looked for comfort if creativity promised a sweeter fruit: lesser mortals … Continue reading

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CHINAWHITE – Different

September 20, 2018

Rock Company 2018 Back out of limbo on the verge of thirtieth anniversary, Dutch quartet don’t burn, but draws bridges to connect past, present and future. Due to their involvement in a variety of projects, together and separately, it took … Continue reading

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TRAGIK – Tainted

February 28, 2018

Rock Company 2017 Spoiled but alluring, harmonious hard rock trio dress down for the night on the tiles. If the purpose of this album’s appalling artwork was to grab attention, the artists’ mission has surely been accomplished; whether their potential … Continue reading

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D’ERCOLE – No Place Like Home

March 29, 2017

PVM 2016 High ‘n’ mighty offering from melodic hard rock project that offers creatures comfort for those about to get their kicks. On a killer spree, singer Phil Vincent can’t seem to stop in his pursuit of a sonic hook, … Continue reading

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