Chase The Ace from Israel/UK released (on November 24th) their second studio album, “Hell yeah,” and it sounds just like you’d expect from a band called Chase The Ace, who places a title called “Hell yeah!”
There is something for everyone. Or, if we want to be absolutely clear, something for fans of “balls out” rock with clear roots in say early Guns n ‘Roses, Motley Crue, Poison and Hanoi Rocks (the band on tour for the rest of Michael Monroe.)
Obviously, this is largely a loving and ambitious tribute to days gone of glam and sleaze rock. But not only. The band is hugely well-oiled and tight. The songs are well written, and several of them had certainly been Billboard worthy – 25 years ago. Dan Parsons solo guitar is impressive especially. He mastered everything from bluesy bends to tapping. A complete guitarist simply. I wonder if he would give Satchel of Steel Panther a match? Perhaps!
Stand out tracks: Full Throttle (think Motley Crue 1988), Out of Reach (think Scorpions 1990), Cover of ZZ Tops Sharp Dressed Man and the ballad Dessert Rose (consider poison 1988).
Translated from the original, which you can find HERE