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Nobody plays rock ‘n’ roll quite like the pros do. Devil City Angels definitely has no shortage of professionals in its ranks - namely Tracii Guns of L.A. Guns on guitar, drummer, Rikki Rocket of Poison, Rudy Sarzo of Quiet Riot and Ozzy Osbourne on bass, and singer Brandon Gibbs of The Gibbs Brothers and Cheap Thrill.
With upwards of 100 millions units sold and countless packed arena and stadium gigs worldwide between them, these cats have certainly seen their fair share of rockstar excess and success, and now they’ve bonded together under one banner with a singular goal - to make kickass music. They accomplish that mission tenfold with their self-titled full-length debut for Century Media Records.
“I call it four corners, covering the spectrum of what we do” explains Tracii. “It’s in the boundaries of late seventies and early eighties rock ‘n’ roll. At the same time, there’s an element pop. It can be bluesy. It can be loud. It’s straightforward though and a different pace for all of us.”
“All My People” speaks to that approach with a rollicking and raucous bluesy riff, boisterous drumming, and powerhouse vocals. First single “Boneyard” merges a smooth and swaggering riff with soulful vocals. As soon as Brandon demands, “Crank it up,” you obey! Whether it’s the lumbering groove that drips into a heavenly and hypnotic hook on “No Angels,” the walloping backbeat and brooding bass of “Bad Decisions” or the slamming invitation of “Ride With Me,” each element converges into one diverse, deep, and dynamic introductory statement.