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Album Review

Lillian Axe have always seemed to walk the line between melodic metal and riff-heavy metal, and perhaps unsurprisingly, they continue to do so on their 2009 offering, Sad Day on Planet Earth. Despite the only constant bandmember throughout the years being lead guitarist Steve Blaze, Lillian Axe's aforementioned sonic approach still remains very much intact. In fact, you could probably convince an unsuspecting listener that Sad Day on Planet Earth was released circa Lillian Axe's Love + War era. In other words, a heavy late-'80s metal vibe is detected throughout, especially on the vintage power ballad-esque "Within Your Reach," as well as more headbanging material ("Down Below the Ocean") and more melodic fare ("Ignite"). Musically, Sad Day on Planet Earth is sure to appeal to those who purchase a multi-day pass each year for Rocklahoma.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

This melodic rock quintet, originally from Michigan, was formed by Ron Taylor (vocals), Steve Blaze (guitar), Jon Ster (guitar, keyboards), Rob Stratton (bass), and Danny King (drums). The band was taken under the wing of Ratt guitarist Robbin Crosby and named Lillian Axe. Produced by Crosby, their 1988 debut was a fine amalgam of infectious rockers and hard-edged pop tunes. Love + War was even more impressive, featuring extended atmospheric compositions that were both anthemic and memorable. However,...
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