New Music Review: ART OF ANARCHY ‘Let There Be Anarchy’


Rating: 9.5 / 10 Stars

Rating: 9.5 out of 10.

ART OF ANARCHY is: Jon Votta (guitar) Vince Votta (drums), Ron ‘Bumblefoot’ Thal (guitar), Jeff Scott Soto (vocals), Tony Dickinson (bass)

REVIEW – Set to release on February 16th via Pavement Entertainment, ART OF ANARCHY’s forthcoming album, “Let There Be Anarchy,” presents a compelling exploration of rock and metal. With a lineup boasting esteemed musicians such as Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal (formerly of Guns N’ Roses), John Moyer (of Disturbed), and Jon Votta, this album emerges as a promising addition to the modern rock scene.

‘Let There Be Anarchy’ commences with “Die Hard,” establishing an evocative atmosphere that draws listeners into a realm of introspection and emotional resonance. Following suit, “Echo Your Madness” impresses with its dynamic interplay of screaming guitars, pulsating drums, resounding bass, and soaring vocals, immersing the audience in a sonic journey of intensity and fervor.

“Vilified” ventures into realms of imagination, its arresting melodies and potent instrumentation crafting an immersive sonic experience. Meanwhile, “Bridge Of Tomorrow” invites listeners to engage in introspection, as mesmerizing vocals and intricate musical arrangements transport them to ethereal landscapes of dreams and contemplation.

“Writing On The Walls” captivates with its infectious rhythm, inviting audience participation and fostering a sense of emotional connection. “Rivals” emerges as a formidable anthem, characterized by poignant lyrics and a palpable sense of determination that resonates deeply with listeners.

“Blind Man’s Victory” delves into themes of memory and emotion, showcasing a blend of scorching leads, thunderous drums, pulsating basslines, crunchy riffs, and commanding vocals. “Dying Days” maintains the album’s momentum with its urgent energy and impassioned delivery, leaving a lasting impression on the listener.

“The Good The Bad And The Insane” offers a departure into the surreal, with enigmatic lyrics and unconventional musical arrangements that challenge conventional norms. Finally, “Disarray” brings the album to a climactic conclusion, its anthemic energy inspiring audience participation and ensuring a memorable listening experience.

In summary, “Let There Be Anarchy” stands as a testament to ART OF ANARCHY’s prowess as musicians and songwriters. With its compelling blend of powerful lyrics, captivating melodies, and electrifying energy, this album promises to leave an indelible mark on the contemporary rock and metal scene, solidifying ART OF ANARCHY’s position as a noteworthy force in the genre.

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