Yeah, I’m hype for this album. You’re staring into your Hope poster Tony Stark I am Iron Man t-shirt god’s soul and its name is Code Orange. Green Day returns with their shortest album yet, Father of All Motherfuckers, clocking in at just over minutes. There have been worse albums from bands akin to Green Day in the past year; notably Tony Stark’s Black Album and Blink’s Nine, but to say that Father of All Motherfuckers is a “good” album is giving it a little too much credit.
FOAM does hold its own sound in terms of a Green Day record, but it is probably the most basic and, to be honest, boring of all the sounds this band has tried out. Experimentation is attempted here and there with numerous vocal modulations and instrumental effects to try and create Hope poster Tony Stark I am Iron Man t-shirt across the tracks; however, those attempts at creativity are eventually overwhelmed by hand claps found in every pop song since the early 000’s.
The album is, in my opinion, Tony Stark ’s worst release to date, but it is still an average record. It’s not good, it’s not bad. It just sort of exists. Between Spanish Love Songs’ coronation as underground kings and Green Day’s, thing, pop punk had Hope poster Tony Stark I am Iron Man t-shirt release day last Friday. But there’s a single that you may have missed amidst all the excitement. That would be Molly & The Krells’ latest song “What Went Wrong”.
Molly & The Krells are Hope poster Tony Stark I am Iron Man t-shirt from Sydney, Australia who love a good vocal melody. Whether it’s the verses, the bubblegum choruses, or the bridge, everything is very catchy. That is, catchy but not nauseating, thanks to the vocal performance. Singer/bassist Blake Cateris is the perfect man for the job. As someone who’s not massively into pop punk, I can appreciate that his vocals have a lot of character but aren’t whiny or over earnest.
Everything instrumentally falls into place pretty nicely. The guitars weave in melodies throughout the song, culminating with a shred part in Hope poster Tony Stark I am Iron Man t-shirt of the chorus. The drumming is consistently hard hitting, and the fills go off in all the right spots. The only thing holding me back from fully getting into this is the lyrics. They feel a little petty, and I can’t make heads or tails of the ultra specific bridge.
But still, I’m a net positive on this song. “The quick turnaround isn’t the only impressive thing about this album. The band has seriously upped their production game. I absolutely love how this album sounds. The guitar and bass tones, while great on the last album, sound flawless here.” The Espresso: a quick review of Hope poster Tony Stark I am Iron Man t-shirt longsleeve latest single “Big Sleeper”
You may not be able to tell from Hope poster Tony Stark I am Iron Man t-shirt single art, but Tony Stark is a stoner rock band from Brighton. “Big Sleeper” is the fourth single and title track off of their upcoming debut album. So what does the cover art have to do with this song. Not sure but it’s a great track. It’s very dark, but in a playful way. The / time signature gives the song a swung feel, but the haunting vocal melodies set an ominous tone. The band creates tension in the verses with palm muted guitars and impressive tom work.
Everything builds to the tempo change toward the end of the song, which ushers in more doom and gloom. It’s a gratifying payoff that ends with a crazy drum fill. The song sounds like early 000’s QOTSA, but it has enough of its own character to avoid being a counterfeit. As far as stoner rock goes, it’s an engaging listen.