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Deuce “Invincible” Album Review


Album Review by Tammy Carbonetto, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio



“Bitch This Is It”, Deuce is back with his second full-length album which drops in your lap like hot Christmas coals December 1st. Bust out your inner rock thug because this one is going to tell you what to do, just like in the aforementioned song title. As the frontman for Hollywood Undead, Deuce is killin’ you with hard beats and powerful guitars while he lyrically steals the words from your in-breath before you speak.


Every song hits hard and the hooks are catchy, you’ll be throwin’ down alongside him before you realize it. But, is it… hardcore/rock hip-hop? Yes, it’s all of those and more. Hard-hip… Core-hop… Rockcore-hop? I can’t make that work, but Deuce fires it through your face like a rap dragon slinging a mic. He begs for nothing. Instead your attention is demanded with the force in his lyrics and voice, and those melodies and beats though.


“Thank You” takes a turn musically in the opening… nope. The whole song takes it to a different, almost acoustic, softer and minimal level. It is a true thank you for peace and the future of a new with the verses. Then, like a second magical, video game Easter Egg in this album, “Catch Me If You Can” is a little more punk-rock-esque.


As an overall, last thought, the album for the most part, is aggressively sung and rapped. Like Eminem mashed together with Manson (the Marilyn kind) and from the embers arose a vibrant, bi-polar, rocker. Go on, express your malice.  My favorite is “Talking About You”... “Mirror, mirror, answer me this: Will I pay for all of my sins?”  I don’t know, but you can find out and go ahead and hit up the album on 12/1.






Stream on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music or Pre-Order on iTunes, Amazon or Google Play.


Tammy --- OUT.

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