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CRY HAVOC ‘Fuel That Feeds The Fire’ (Chavis 2002)

The band’s line-up consists of Graham McLeod (lead guitar/vocals), Paul Logue (bass/vocals), Davey Harkness (drums) and Stevie Durrand (vocals/guitar). The band were signed originally to Now & Then but their debut album never got released. Starting of with a short intro track leading into the hard rockin’ ‘I’ll Be There’ - heavy riffs and harmony vocals - nice! Heavy guitar and soloing starts of ‘Forever Once Again’, again harmony vocals feature heavily on the chorus. Reminds me of prime time Icon, Y&T, Thunder, UFO - bands that have melodic songs driven along by heavy riffing guitar. An acoustic guitar begins ‘Rescue Me’, before it builds into a power ballad. ‘No Way Out’ is okay, but lacks something to make it stand out in an otherwise quality album. ‘Better Coming’ sounds like modern day Demon! A belting rock song, with a powerful vocal performance from Stevie Durrand. ‘I Need You’ is a mellower moment with some nimble acoustic guitar playing. ‘Paying the Price’ is a slow rhythm and blues style tune, one which Thunder fans will enjoy. The title track closes the album, another slab of hard rock and a fine way to close the album.

A great melodic rock album, it pays tribute to past bands but also has a modern feel, plenty of quality guitar and some great hooks. A very strong debut album, worth a listen.

Chavis Records


Review by Jason Ritchie

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Rising Stars

***** Out of this world | **** Pretty damn fine |
*** OK, approach with caution unless you are a fan |
** Instant bargain bin fodder | * Ugly. Just ugly

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