Music Extreme. “Live at The Joint MMVI” Review

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This is a live album  recorded with Miss Randall on drums and vocals, showing the evolution of the band. This is especially evident in the live tunes that were on the “Rust n Roll” album and that are played here live. The album kicks off brutally with “Birds of Prey” that shows the main things here: fast riffs and rhythms, crushing drumming and aggressive voices. The album shows also some extra energy that the live environment improves. And you can feel that extra energy on each tune played here. The recording has a direct sound mixed at a loud level that transmits all the power that the band delivers.

Music Extreme. “Rust n’ Roll” Review

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This is the first Rusty Eye album, before Miss Randall entered the band. Here we have pure direct and heavy tunes that reflect the spirit of the band´s sound. I have to say that the band has shown a lot of improvement through the years and that the addition of female vocals was really welcomed. Here we have the raw and direct guitars delivering riffs and interesting rocking solos. The tunes are direct and well developed, sticking in the listeners´ mind soon. The rhythms are also direct, leaving space for the guitars and vocals ideas.

Music Extreme. “Stendhal Syndrome” Review

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Rusty Eye is a really powerful band whose music can be described as a combination of metal and heavy rock elements. With a powerful female vocalist (combined with a male voice) that delivers wild melodic lines and a heavy guitar that is the core lf the music here, we have a band that makes memorable tunes and that at the same time is not afraid of experimenting. Heavy riffs are all over the place here, as well as melodies and aggressive voices. The guitars show also good solos that add a different flavor to the music. Each song is completely different from the other and that is essential to show all the good things that Rusty Eye is capable of delivering.