Album: Made In The Name of Rock N Roll
Release Date: October 13, 2017
Saskatoon band One Bad Son released their album, Made In The Name of Rock N Roll and it definitely makes an impression. The band has been around since 2004 and have seen great success this year already with their song “Raging Bull” being on the BDS Mainstream Rock chart top five for 14 weeks.
The album kicks off with a bang with the title track. You can hear and feel the passion of this band behind their music, their lyrics delivered in the quintessential rock sound with their shredding guitars, raspy vocals, and catchy choruses. Split into two sides, ten songs in total, this album has the power to make anyone that enjoys the genre fall for One Bad Son. “The Promise” shows off their affinity for guitar riffs that will give the listener more than an earful. Sounding similar to the legendary band Guns n Roses, the harmonized vocals pull you into the song and refuse to let go until the last note rings out.
One Bad Son clearly know how to grab a listener’s attention and make themselves heard, loud and proud of their music. This album is hands down one of the best rock albums I’ve personally heard this year and I’m sure I’m not alone. The band has definitely made themselves a name in the world of rock n roll, and will surely continue for years to come.
I’m a Toronto girl born and raised but have been living in Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick since 2010. Music and writing are my two passions, so what better place for me to be than a writer with Canadian Beats? I have been writing for the blog since May of 2013 and have had so many great experiences because of it. I listen to almost every kind of music but my favourites are pop rock, rock, indie, folk, and any other combinations of them. Concerts are definitely my favourite place to be, especially when you’re right against the barricade and can feel the energy from the band and the crowd, everyone singing the same lyrics and moving to the music. I also have a college degree in Business Administration and hope to one day be able to publish a novel.