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Renegade Cartel Self-titled EP Available now

Renegade Cartel

Self-titled EP

Available now

https://open.spotify.com/album/6v0MeOBRQXZBqfNguj7e6T?si=-VEcSku1R3GVhvn5CDeD5w

Also available on iTunes and Amazon

Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio

 

Renegade Cartel is a Boston-based hard rock band who display lots of dirt and grit on their latest self-titled EP. With Victor Robles on lead guitar, Stephen Damon-Tilley as vocalist and bass guitarist and Rob Laflamme on drums, these guys show you how to rock and roll. For a trio, they make a righteous racket. With wailing guitar, thunderous beats and unmistakable raucous vocals, the EP is brilliant stuff capturing the rawness and sheer energy of all that is hard rock.

 

The song “Fire” has massive impressionable riffs, full of verve and energy. “Misery in Company” is full throttle rhythm and excellent vocal prowess, kind of an 80s rock feel minus the cheesy factor. My personal favorite is “Silent Spring” with its heavy chugging beat and badass vocals as Vic reminds me of the vocalist Joe Leste from Bang Tango. There are several other goodies on this EP that again display the raw talent and excellent musicianship that brews over in Boston.

 

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