Fire At Will
A down and dirty garage rock band, The Bloody Hollies had already gained a bit of a cult following after their debut record. This, their follow up album, continues the trend with one hell of a bang. A record with bite, this album tears through it’s track listing at quite a pace, rattling off the punky blues with great aplomb. This is a gritty record, DIY in it’s aesthetic, and that makes it a fantastically raw and entertaining proposition.