"Adam and the Metal Hawks" (Illogical Records; 2020)

Reviewed by Snidermann

The first thing you need to do when listening to the band AMH and their recording "Adam and the Metal Hawks" is go to social media and check out their album covers. Then, you'll get a taste of what this band is all about.

This is one talented band. The lead singer, Adam Ezegelian, auditioned for American Idol in 2015 and, frankly, I do not watch the show so I do not know how well he did or did not do but I can tell you this: Adam does Axl Rose better than Axl Rose. When you see him you see a person who is large and in charge and when you hear him sing you know you are in the presence of someone who very well could be the next biggest thing in heavy music. I know you hear a lot of that, but in this case it very well could be the truth. Just remember his name.

The rest of the band is Johnny Barry on guitars, Ryan Daversa on bass and Alex Hertler on drums. This is one killer fucking band. Flat out no bullshit! Talented and charismatic and in the fast lane to rock'n'roll stardom. The AMH band is one group of super-gifted musicians and, in the right hands, they can be seen by the people who could very well make them the next big thing in rock'n'roll music.

Remember that name: AMH. And, if you get a chance to see them in person, I suggest you do.

This is a no-bullshit prediction. This band could and should go right to the fucking top. I do not normally give four guitarsaw to new bands, but this one is well deserved. I think Iíll go spin "Adam and the Metal Hawks" one more time and in fact, it will probably be a hell of a lot more than that!

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Rating Guide:

A classic. This record will kick your ass.

Killer. Not a classic but it will rock your world.

So-so. You've heard better.

Pretty bad. Might make a nice coaster.

Self explanatory. Just the sight of the cover makes you wanna hurl.

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