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BROKEN TEETH “4 on the Floor” -- Review

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BROKEN TEETH “4 on the Floor” -- Review

Jason McMaster - Vocals

Jared Tuten - Guitars

David Beeson - Guitars

Robb Lampman - Bass

Bruce Rivers - Drums

 

Broken Teeth just launched a video for “4 on the Floor”, on April 21st under the EMP Label Group with Megadeth bassist David Ellefson and former Corporate Punishment President, Thom Hazaert. Coming out of Austin, TX, they are gearing up for a big hit with the signing to this label. I mean, seriously… Megadeth though! Congratulations to the band, and cheers to what’s to come.

 

After scoping out their band page and listening to the 1 minute snippets, they have a distinct rock and blues feel. I can only describe it as a mix between Buckcherry and AC/DC (whom they’ve been referred to before as a “pissed-off AC/DC”.) The harsh, rock screamy sound blended with a pleasant bluesy singing voice. The overall sounds of the snippets not only leave you wanting more, but the music just makes sense. It is put together perfectly, the lead ins, the guitars, all of it meshes so well.

 

When you hear it, you just start to move. The video for “4 on the Floor”, gives a slightly psychotic, fun and, badass vibe to the viewer and before you know it, you’re singing the backup vocals too. You can see the video on their official band page as well. These boys have been around since ‘99. A force to be reckoned with indeed. Rock on and for more, check them out here: Official band page - http://brokenteeth.com/ and I found not one, but two Facebook pages, the first seems to be more updated, but give both a ‘Like’ so you don’t miss anything! https://www.facebook.com/brokenteethband/ https://www.facebook.com/Broken-Teeth-47423138334/ 

 

Peace, Love & Metal,

Tammy

 

Tammy Carbonetto

Music Journalist | Boston Rock Radio

tammy@bostonrockradio.com

http://www.bostonrockradio.com

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