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Kilgore Someday This War is Going to End Album review

Kilgore

Someday This War is Going to End

Album review by Allyson Kingsley Music Journalist with Boston Rock Radio

 

 

My heart is with this band. Not just because they are from my native state of Rhode Island and not only because they have stood the test of time having formed in 1990-1991. It is their genuineness, the love they have for their fans and their hard work. Kilgore puts on one hell of a live performance, truly a band of “brothers" hashing out their blood, sweat and tears time and again over the years. You can chat with them and not feel like an underling. Those are the traits that gain a band respect and honor in this chaotic world. Speaking of which the time was right for them to unleash their latest release Someday This War is Going to End.

 

Listen to the lyrics on “Death on the Installment Plan,” eye opening to the plight of the current worldview; “I can see the destination and it's clearly sickening.  It's the death of civil democracy.”  Jay Berndt sings with pure passion with a plea for change. The other members are Bill Southerland on drums, Brian McKenzie, guitarist and bassist Marty O'Brien.  Together they are cohesive and exude chemistry and confidence.  I love the vocals on “Ask the Dust," forlorn and heart striking. In the track “Stalemate" you can literally feel his rage against racism right down to your toes.

 

Having seen them live and met them, it's rare to find such a humble group of human beings.

 

Stay tuned for the interview with Nina McCarthy.

 

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