Artist- Roth/Brock Project
Release-Release: 4 November 2016 (Out Now Via Frontiers)
Terry Brock: Lead and Background Vocals
John Roth: Guitars, Bass, Keys, Lead and Background Vocals
Scott Trammell: Drums, Percussion
Kary Baddour: Piano on “Distant Voices”
Phil Bennet: Keyboards on “Never Givin’ Up”
Jeff Adams: Background Vocals on “We Are”
Kory Myers: Background Vocals on “We Are”
John Roth (Winger, Starship, Giant) and Terry Brock (Strangeways, Giant, Leroux) join forces to bring you the Roth Brock Project!. Its an exiting project on paper and lets hope its as good a prospect to our ears.
‘Young Gun’ kicks off and certainly we are headed in the right direction with riffs of magic and solos to please any air guitar hugging maniac, with the sweet vocals of ‘Terry Brock’ and rumbling bassline by Roth keeping things all together a great solo midway will definitely have your heart pumping.
‘Young Again’ is a stadium rocker about being young again without the grey hair, and the ability to do all the things we once could do, with big catchy hooks and mountainous choruses, that instantly have you singing along, while foot-tapping and fist pumping to the equally large drums.
Excellent soulful bluesy guitar intro for ‘Never Givin Up’ which sets the tone for this ballad with a big anthemic chorus and magnificent guitar solos that accompany Brock’s vocals throughout.
‘My City’ is another sing along anthemic masterpiece with an instant hook that will have you flapping like a king-size king-fish, while doing your best guitar god impression with the double necked air guitar whilst singing ‘This Is Your City, This Is Your Town’ ‘This Is Your Lady This Is Your Girl’
‘If That What It Takes’ hook laden, explosive riffs, massive vocals finely mixed together to make another anthemic stadium rocker just like the entire Roth/Brock Project album it will be sure to appease any music fan.
Frontiers Records have a really good track record of late at producing some mighty fine albums, and this one from Roth/Brock Project sits comfortably up there with any of those, a real classic in the making, any fan who loves big hooks, bigger choruses and mighty fine solos will instantly be hooked on this album, from the production to the lyrics, from the vocals to the tantalisingly breathtaking solos Roth/ Brock Project is definitely filled to the brim with the best, all Winners and No Sinners.