Swedish rock band Corroded have released what is unquestionably one of the best albums I’ve heard in a long time. In my opinion, there are no weak moments here.
Every song on “Exit to transfer” hits you from a different angle with good variety and catchy riffs. Melodic hard rock or true heavy Metal in your face… but still with a sexy rock’n’roll essence that makes you want to listen more and more…
It is hard to choose a favorite song here, but one that touches my hardcore nerve is “Forget about me”. Some metal blast and growl from singer Jens here, but in general this is a hard rock oriented album with very exquisite music that left me curious enough to go see what the lads where able to pull off live last friday at the venue “Klubben” in Stockholm. I undoubtedly believe this group is heading for greater dimensions because they were simply top-notch live also.
All photos by: Tallee Savage
Jens Westin: Vocals, Guitar • Fredrik Westin: Guitar • Peter Sjödin: Guitar
Bjarne Elvsgård: Bass • Per Soläng: Drums
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