Review by Paul Monkhouse for MPM
The smell of oil and a haze of dry desert dust fills your senses as the sound of burning rubber raises to fever pitch on this latest full-force banger from London’s finest Southern Rockers Nitroville.
With the drums blasting out their Judas Priest ‘Painkiller’ rhythms before the stylish home cooked riff kicks in, you know it’s going to be a rush, Tola Lamont’s distinct and soulfully gritty vocals somehow managing to purr and snarl at the same time as she takes things to the chorus.
They may come from the other side of the Atlantic from their spiritual home but the quintet have soaked themselves in the atmosphere, blue collar honesty and passion equal to any of their rocking American cousins. Break open the Jack, turn it up loud and feel the heat.
A number of festival appearances have already been announced, including HRH Ibiza Road Trip, HRH XVI, and Maid Of Stone Festival.