Check out these translated reviews from Milan!
The first rows are burned quickly and while waiting the room fills, to open the dances we think of the CHASE THE ACE, Anglo-Israeli band that will debut in November with the second full length album “Hell Yeah!”. When they staged the welcome is warm, without delay they start with “The Cats Is On The Loose” giving a glimpse of their rock’n’roll perfectly themed evening. With the progress of the performance quality increases, the songs ever more engaging, thanks to gritty riffs and solos by the frontman Roi Vito Peleg, followed closely by fellow six strings Dan Parsons. Yair Gadon knows how hard to vibrate the strings of the bass, while Yam Artzy enhances beating incessantly on plates and skins. It comes out of an energetic sound that briefly warms up the audience, responding enthusiastically applauding profusely, the band has also a good hold of the stage but most of the interaction is triggered by the aforementioned Roi. His charisma, his voice scratchy and eyes haunted maintain a high standard of the whole show, topped off with a toast of Jack Daniels. Also to make the final even more fun during the last song “California”, the band throw the audience giant balloons which will play until the last note. These young boys, despite the few pieces available have been able to earn the respect of the public, who thanked with loud applause for this initial dose of healthy r’n’r that gave the evening the right push.
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When the doors open horde of crazed girls take by storm the barricades to win a place in the front row, awaiting the arrival of their heroes. To keep them company are Chase The Ace, the quartet originally from Israel, with some grafting from England, with strong tendencies to hard rock / glam / r’n’r. A nice energy boost their arrogant, facing the stage with grit, the same that characterizes songs like “The Cats Is On The Loose”. Easily conquer the audience, toasting with a bottle of whiskey in our honor and with a few words tossed here and there-like Italian. Did not fare badly these guys, their sound is intriguing, the audience melts, begins to applaud and sing with their “Hell Yeah” (which is also the title of their second album soon to be released). Big red balloons flying over our heads during the closing “California”, in a festive atmosphere full of rock’n’roll: with them the party is just beginning.