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Though many a music writer has noted that Lzzy Hale's versatile voice is what separates Halestorm from so many other post-grunge groups, it can be argued that the band simply writes catchier songs. Halestorm’s 2012 sophomore album shows this with the opening cut, “Love Bites (So Do I),” where Hale snarls suggestive lyrics over hard-chugging riffs and a well-oiled rhythm section. “Mz. Hyde” employs even more menacing melodies, as Hale howls nightmarish narratives over Black Sabbath–inspired riffs filtered through radio-friendly production. She hints at masochistic tendencies in the plodding midtempo rocker “I Miss the Misery” before rallying her troops to wave their weirdo banners on the anthemic “Freak Like Me.” It’s not until the power ballad “Beautiful with You” that Hale sings of a romance that has nothing to do with tough love. “In Your Room” similarly softens the album’s darker moods.

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Experimental, but still pretty good

Halestorm was the first band I'd ever seen in concert (Uproar 2010, went for A7X), and I had never heard of them til then, but the second they started playing I loved em. This album is awesome and I'm excited to see that Halestorm is expanding it's horizons a bit. I'll say this, it's not as good as their last album, but that's okay, because this album is more about experimenting, which I totally get being a musician myself. Every band has an experimental album where they try their hand at some other types of stuff to see what works for them. I like most of this album, but was slightly disappointed just because most of what I liked was already released on the EP. Love Bites, Mz Hyde, I Miss the Misery, Rock Show, Daughters of Darkness, and Here's To Us are easily my favorites. The others are good, but they're songs that I'll have to listen to more, songs that will need to grow on me a little.

Hale storm!!!

What a great follow up to the debut such a great album front to back


So glad I was able to see you guys play at rams head! Lzzy, stellar vocals all around and to the rest of the band, fantastic work! A beautiful master piece that everyone should enjoy. Two for two. Keep rocking, looking forward to the next album.


Formed: 1997 in York, PA

Genre: Rock

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

Siblings Elizabeth and Arejay Hale, the core members of the hard rock band Halestorm, formed the group in late 1997 near York, Pennsylvania, with Arejay on drums and Elizabeth on vocals and keyboard. Wanting to expand their sound, the duo invited their father, Roger, to play bass for Halestorm. Soon after their first professional gig in 1998 at the Blue Mountain Coffee House in Hershey, Pennsylvania, the band added various guitar players and released an EP, 1999's (Don't Mess with The) Time Man....
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The Strange Case Of..., Halestorm
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Hard Rock, Metal, Adult Alternative
  • Released: Apr 03, 2012
  • Parental Advisory

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