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Single Review : NitroVille – ‘No Game of Chance’

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Review by Paul Monkhouse for MPM

Soaked in atmosphere, ‘No Game of Chance’ is a tasty slice of Southern Rock goodness that will have you reaching for your best sippin’ whisky and that dusty old road map.

With a Western Gothic feel, this tale of danger on the road is a heady mix of bluesy guitar licks, a touch of banjo and Tola Lamont’s sensual yet tough soulful vocals.

Conjuring long, hot and desolate desert highways, broken down shacks, deserted gas stations and a whiff of danger in the air, the track winds its way inexorably into your soul, never to let you go.

As a lip-smacking taster for the forthcoming ‘Ten Chapters’ album, you couldn’t do better than to just let yourself get lost in it’s warm embrace as it lures you into a world full of danger and high stakes. 

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