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For their fifth album, Black Stone Cherry returned to the Kentucky studio where they made their eponymous 2006 debut. It’s proved revitalising: whether they’re turning out granite-hard riffs (“The Way of the Future”), southern-smoked grooves (“Soul Machine”), or an explosive cover of Edwin Starr’s “War”, the quartet’s gripping purpose and aggression reflect Chris Robertson’s peeved, politicized lyrics. However thunderous the sound gets though, it’s sweetened by potent hooks–and even when the volume drops on aching country-soul ballad “The Rambler”, they still pack a stinging punch.

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Hopeful

The first songs sounds reminiscent of their old stuff, which is when I liked this band. Can’t tell from just the clip and I don’t know about the rest of the album, but I’m hoping this is a return to form and not like their last (two) albums, which turned them into a very generic band, sounding like so many others today.

Very Generic

It is not bad, but it's not great either. There are a couple of quality songs but for the most part it sounds like every other band of this genre. The promise they showed in the first album or two just is not being fulfilled. A great live band, perhaps they should try a live album to see if they can capture that energy. I can't get through the whole album in one sitting. It all sounds the same.

Very Good

This is honestly the best album since the second release. I love the use of horns and back up singers on some of the tracks... It reminds me of the Stones expanding their sound. While some song feel a little generic, this is an album I can listen to the whole way through. Not enough rock bands pay enough attention to the past when rock was popular, Black Stone Cherry knowns their roots and they let it shine through on this album. Rock and roll is about having fun, being mad, feeling heart break, and of course sex and drugs. Let this record spin and enjoy the Ride

Biography

Formed: 2001 in Edmonton, KY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Fiery Southern rockers Black Stone Cherry originally hailed from a small rural town in south central Kentucky. According to the bandmembers, none of whom were born before 1983, the lack of anything to do in their hometown, coupled with a rich musical background in their community and families, led them to start playing music. Lead vocalist and guitarist Chris Robertson met drummer John Fred Young (the son of Kentucky Headhunters' Richard Young) in school, and the two played music together throughout...
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