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Album Review

On its debut album Superhuman, Baltimore-based Cinder Road sounds like the best rough-and-ready New Jersey bar band you'll never experience. What's captured here is energetic classic-style rock, none of it mucked up by a tendency to get all experimental. More than anything, it's the sound of five guys working hard to get a powered-up and pretty raucous sound out; as the track list wears on, you can practically see sweat droplets winging off the long hair of frontman Mike Ruocco. DAUGHTRY, who the band opened for in front of this disc's release, is clearly a forefather. Highlights on a record full of likable hard-chargers and banged up ballads include first single "Get in Get Out" and "Should've Known Better," a familiar-sounding lament that takes its cues from the pre-emo old school.

Customer Reviews

It's Back

Glad to see this album is back in the iTunes Store for others to enjoy. And to Apple or Cinder Road who put this up - THANK YOU SO MUCH for the 3 Bonus(?) tracks (Stand In Our Way, Everything You Are, & You Complete Me). Bought them as soon as I saw them. It really made my day. "Stand In Our Way" is Great!


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

As long as you understand he's talking circa 2007, then singer Mike Ruocco's declaration that his band Cinder Road are "old-school rock with new-school validity" is right on the money. The radio-friendly songs, the dramatic lyrics, and the guts-and-glory sound all came together in 2005 when guitarists Chris Shucosky and Pat Patrick, drummer Mac Calveresi, and bassist Nat Doegen joined Ruocco and formed Cinder Road. Named after the street where they grew up, Cinder Road were sure to draw attention...
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