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Album Review

If you recognize the name AJ Davila, you must be familiar with the band he leads. Davila 666 are a rowdy, rollicking bunch of lo-fi rock & rollers who have made a couple excellent albums for In the Red and appear to be on hiatus as everyone works on other projects. Terror Amor is Davila's first solo album and it hews closely to the rough-and-ready sound he cultivated with 666, but also shows a little bit of ambition as he stretches out into areas the band never explored. Featuring a wide range of guests including Cole Alexander of Black Lips, Las Robertas vocalist Mercedes Oller, electro-pop singer Selma Oxor, Fofé Abreu of Fofé y los Fetiches, Chilean vocalist Alex Anwandter, and many more, Terror dips its dirty toes into glam rock on the bang-a-gong rockers "2333" and "Hey," chops and screws the vocals on "Chica Tinieblas," does the Strokes one better in the sleek guitar rock department on "Que No Será," and generally adds a layer of experimentation to the scruffy pop sound that gives Davila's simple and fun songs a boost of adrenaline. Davila is a crack hand at writing a catchy rock & roll hook and the album is bursting at the seams with songs that sound like hits, from the poppier tunes like the bubblegummy "Es Verano Ya" and the folk-rock jangly "Michelle" to the flat-out rockers that jump out of the speakers like they are on fire ("Animal," "Noches Negras.") There is so much fun-loving energy and spark on the album that listening to it is like sticking your finger into a light socket. Don't try that at home, because you might die. The worst that might happen here is that you drive your more strait-laced friends crazy by playing the album over and over; it's that addictive and fun. Terror Amor is a brilliant debut, and while it would be nice to have more Davila 666 albums in the future, if AJ keeps making albums this good they won't be missed.

Customer Reviews

Brilliant garage rock & roll

Best rock and roll album I've heard in years.

Another Great Album

Most excited about this release! AJ Davila is up to somehing great, and last album proved it all. I cant wait for this album to release

Davila is back!

So glad to have some new Davila material…although not quite all the Davila 666 crew on this one…still pretty awesome listening so far. Right now…really feeling 2333 and Lo Que No Sera. Worth checking out if you love fuzzy garage rock.


Born: Puerto Rico

Genre: Rock y Alternativo

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Best-known as the bassist and lead singer with Puerto Rican garage rockers Davila 666, AJ Davila stepped out as a solo artist in 2014 with his debut album, the tough, rollicking, and stylistically broad Terror Amor. Following extensive international touring in support of Davila 666's 2011 album Tan Bajo, the group went on hiatus, and in October 2012 Davila began work on his solo project. Recording most of the material in his home studio (where he also cut many of Davila 666's releases), Terror Amor...
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