On the lookout for some new hard-rocking music? Then you need to get to know Last Chance! Here with their self-titled debut album, it’s a 10-track album that promises to blow the roof off with it’s room shaking drums, powerful guitar chords and roaring vocals. A project that will excite any fan of punk-inspired rock music, it has been created by musicians who have spent years creating their sound with absolute precision. Make sure you don’t miss out on this!
Starting the album off is ‘Light the Fire’, a track that gives the album and instant appeal with its high octane sound. Dave Baron’s guitar riffs are punchy that give the song the initial intrigue, while the hard-hitting drums of Cannata ensure that you stick around before Frankie Rage comes in and gives the listener exactly what they’ve been waiting for, a striking voice to match the music. A great start, it’s a brilliant introduction to the album that demonstrates qualities that give us high hopes for the rest of the album.
With the first track starting off so well, we had high hopes for the second track, hoping it would show more of what we loved about the first. ‘Sick of it All’, delivered just that while also showing a new approach. Going from a blood-pumping, riotous track, we go to a track that tells a story about hating the lifestyle of the Covid pandemic, and gives a perspective of someone who just wants it to end. An interesting turn, as they deliver on the same quality as the first track, but show a fantastic quality in versatile songwriting that again we hope is demonstrated again.
Listening to the rest of the album, it’s obvious that they’ve got a clear sound that they’ve mastered that is as consistent as it is brilliant. Drums, guitar, bass and vocals all come together perfectly as they make music that feels fresh, new and exciting in each track, while retaining what is so good about them individually. Tracks on the album such as ‘Human Eyes’, ‘Tough Titty’ and ‘Anything But That’ show exactly what we enjoyed about ‘Sick of it All’, a versatile approach to songwriting, but also had everything that we loved about ‘Light the Fire’, with it’s hard-rocking music that really needs to turned up to 11. The album is more than a collection of songs that are the result of talented musicians, they’re examples of songwriting ability and an immense sound that has been worked on and developed over time. Undeniably good, it’s the purest example of hard-rocking music that needs to be on any punk or rock fans playlist.
All in all, ‘Last Chance’ is an album that shows exactly what Last Chance the band are capable of. Versatile songwriting that carries the same rock appeal, with vocals that match the tone of each track every single time. Inserting their signature sound in any subject, it’s an addition that helps their sound stay fresh and engaging, along with the edge that their style carries. A genuinely non-skip album, it deserves to be heard all way through and admired time and time again. Make sure you add this to your playlist!