SHADOW REBELS "On The Ride" - Reviewed At Metal Digest! Monday November 1 2021, 3:08 PM
SHADOW REBELS "On The Ride" - Reviewed At Metal Digest!

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Shadow Rebel’s latest album, ‘On The Ride’, is the album you didn’t know you were missing, with its odd combination of Grunge and 70’s style sounds; this album will have you captivated from beginning to end. The band took an odd choice in production methods by recording every piece on a tape recorder, and it has definitely paid off with its raw and retro sound, making the album easily mistaken for a classic rock piece. Starting off strong with ‘Some Fun’ with deep powerful lyrics, grungy bass riffs, and funky breakdown, it’s hard not to tap your feet and have some fun. Then through the nearly 10 minute long ‘CD in Space’ which can only be described as Prog influenced as it is if Alice in Chains decided to cover some early Rush, and then ending the album with ’47 Minutes of Love’, a powerful ballad, and a second instrumental ‘CD in Space’ to ease you back into the real world. Shadow Rebels have really outdone themselves with this album, and have managed to mix the fast paced grunge sounds with the stoner chillout sounds to keep every track unique, interesting, deep, and thoroughly enjoyable. This is an amazingly written and produced album, and it is the latest addition to my collection. - Metal Digest

Release Date: September 17, 2021

FFO: Stone Temple Pilots, Alice In Chains, Pearl Jam

The third full-length studio album by Israeli Progressive Post-Grunge Rock band.
Shadow Rebels decided to approach the recording of the new album in the most Grunge style. Unlike the previous release, which was recorded in a pure studio style, with many overdubs and individual recordings of the musicians, this time all the musicians entered the studio and simultaneously played all the songs one by one, in one day, on a tape recorder.

There are a lot of powerful and fast numbers, Stoner riffs, and heartfelt ballads about the fragility of life. No pathos, only self-irony, despair, reflections on the eternal: about enemies, about friends, about God and the loss of faith, about hope in times, when no place for hope. Everything is about the crazy 21st century, in which the heroes of the songs seem to be through no fault of their own. And as a result - sincere, bordering on nudity, uncompromising Post-Grunge. Deep and simple at the same time.

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