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MARCELLO-VESTRY NL Distribution (2008)

Marcello Vestry

Rob Marcello obviously woke up one day and believed he was in the late eighties. This release drips Dokken, Def Leppard and any late-hair metallers who can string together an anthemic chorus spiced with shred guitar.

There is absolutely nothing wrong with that, of course, and Marcello knows how to write a big chorus and his guitar work is exemplary. He's joined by singer Frank Vestry who also gives a good account of himself.

Marcello currently gigs with melodic rockers Danger Danger and is a product demonstrator for Roland/Boss. If there is one criticism of this release - there is little if any darkness. It sounds good with the sun shining and an imaginary girl/bloke on your arm but listening in the depths of winter could be quite irritating. This durability question mark is an issue, but if you are cultivating a modern-day Mullet, Marcello-Vestry is the ideal soundtrack.


Review by David Randall

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***** 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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