Aged Oklahoma Rockers Apologize for Hinder and Toby Keith in Five Songs
Guymon, Oklahoma native-band Bipolar Echo's initial effort bursts through the stale atmosphere of contemporary rock like a mad grizzly bear hopped-up on equal parts speedball and psilocybin mushrooms on a murderous rampage through anytown, USA. And his mission is the personal raping of each and every ear that dares venture into its forbidden cave sanctuary of rock-'n-roll.
Summoning progressive metal God's and time-worn 80's metal superstars, Bipolar Echo remains rock hard through the albums climax, delivering solid tunes and aural pleasure unmatched in today's rock landscape. The six-string acumen of lead guitarist Wales displays a harrowing reminder of the divine awesomeness of guitarists-past. To clarify, if Jesus Christ shredded, it would sound something like this. Drummist, Duran, lays down a solid groundwork of tight drum work, providing the war beat to audio orgy. The estrogen-filled vocals harken back to the testosterone-depraved hair metal bands of 80s in a welcome and definitely less homoerotic manner.
In closing, if "Weird Days" were a sex toy, you'd be stuck in your bedroom for a fortnight.
Oklahoma talent strikes again!
Oklahoma is most known for its country artists, but out of the Panhandle an up and coming Rock Legend has emerged! With savage guitar riffs and powerful vocals, Bipolar Echo has a sound that can not be denied!