Halestorm – Vicious | Album Review | Rocked

An album review on Vicious, the fourth full album from Halestorm.
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Halestorm is an American rock band from Red Lion, Pennsylvania, consisting of lead vocalist and guitarist Lzzy Hale, her brother drummer and percussionist Arejay Hale, guitarist Joe Hottinger, and bassist Josh Smith. The group’s self-titled debut album was released on April 28, 2009, through Atlantic Records. Their second album The Strange Case Of… was released on April 10, 2012. Its lead single “Love Bites (So Do I)” from that album won their first Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance on February 10, 2013.
Vicious is the fourth studio album by American rock band Halestorm. The album will be released on July 27, 2018 through Atlantic Records. The album has had three singles released, and a video for the song “Uncomfortable”, which was directed by Evan Brace. This album is the follow-up album from “Into The Wild Life”, which debuted at number five on the Billboard Top 200 chart.
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Jesse lopez says:

It’s shit I just saved u 4 minutes

Michael Wolf says:

White dress reminds me of late 80’s Lita ford

Joe Simpson says:

Do Not Disturb And White Dress

NeverMindGaming says:

So your telling me there’s a band better then parmore without a bad fan base

Hello!Nurd says:

I feel like Uncomfortable will be the national anthem for SJW’s

Lahmia Raven says:

I absolutely LOVE this album, I’ve been listening to it religiously and can’t wait to see them live next month!

Chris Charnley says:

I like Halestorm, but the overriding feeling I got from the album was that it just felt a bit slow, especially when compared to their earlier music. I kept wanting them to turn everything up to eleven and fucking go for it (Uncomfortable sort of does this, but the chorus kills all the momentum IMO).

Their whole MO of “we can do what we want” that gets represented in the lyrics feels undercut by underwhelming and kind of samey instrumental work.

Wrathchild1995 says:

This album is amazing 😀 So many good songs on it, I pre-ordered it as soon as it got announced too and it’s a signed copy, Uncomfortalbe to me is one of the best Halestorm songs ever written 😉 <3

AjB Gaming says:

This might be the worst album of the DECADE. I USED to be a big fan of theirs. Soo much raw talent went to waste on this dumpster fire of an album. They have become a sellout, this album is just trying to chance another Grammy.

Kaden Trantham says:

It was my first full halestorm record I’ve listened to. Lets just say I’m disappointed

tommy bawse says:

Review Powerwolfs new album “Sacrament Of Sin”, its my favorite album of the year so far

Wade k 21 says:

She’s wants to be Joan Jett so bad

Rocked says:

What did you think of Vicious?
Check out the music video for “Uncomfortable” here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=taanowedKoY

Michael Roche says:

I consider myself a huge Halestorm fan, but I honestly wasn’t all that keen on Uncomfortable. Not that it remotely matters what I think (since that’s literally the point of the song,) but the sentiment of “I’m gonna say/do whatever I want regardless of what you think” is one that I hear a bit too often in music in order for me to appreciate it.

“I love your accent, I wonder what it’ll sound like when you cum” is one that I hear considerably less often in music, and was the first lyric in decades that genuinely managed to shock me. And that was the moment I knew for sure that Halestorm wasn’t screwing around. There’s no shortage of musicians who claim that they don’t care what you think, but they’re one of the few bands who can legitimately back up that claim by writing unconventional lyrics that most other acts would likely shy away from. The mark of a truly fearless band, IMO.

Flying V says:

Pass. Just listen to any rock album from the 70s.

Louis Börner says:

this record sucks

Tonny Bivans says:

Already sounds better than Into The Wild Life

Tim Mackie says:

4:00 – You’re appearing on camera during an album review? I don’t think I’ve seen that before

696190 says:

new thumbnail style, face time just before the final verdict… is this the way you want to make your reviews from now on, or will you be circling through some formats? also, are you planning on reviewing Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino?

MagnetoWasRight says:

If you like her voice, check out Sister Sin.

Joe Romano says:

I loooooove this album. I don’t think I can rank it above Strange Case Of but I’m certainly willing to say that it’s their second best album.

Anthony Bell says:

Love this album, and your detailed analysis of it. Would it be possible for you to review Powerwolf’s new album, ‘The Sacrament of Sin’?

cbg5589 says:

Their music and her vocals are awesome. Her lyrics are where they fall for me.

CunningCondor says:

I love the new thumbnail design.

Максим Малахов says:

I don’t like it

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