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AUDREY HORNE

Youngblood

(Napalm)

Reviewed by : Mark Gromen
Rating : 7.0

Named for the Sherilyn Fenn character in Twin Peaks, AUDREY HORNE is a straight ahead riff rock act from Norway, unlikely formed by black metal veterans Ice Dale (guitar, ENSLAVED/I) and King Ov Hell (bass, GOD SEED/ex-GORGOROTH). Almost as quixotic as the TV show from whence the moniker was lifted! While only the six-stringer remains on this, their fourth release (Ep and three albums), the ten tracks keep to a winning formula: catchy, guitar dominated melodies, simple, repetitive lyrics, with clean vocals. About as far afield as they could get from their day jobs. ‘Straight Into Your Grave’ has a chugging, British 70s vibe akin to something by Robin Trower. Thanks to the backing keys, the jazz influenced title track rolls by effortlessly, like some lost lost Prog pioneer, while ‘There Goes A Lady’ sounds like something left off one of the first two KISS albums, anthemic, with a slice of guitar. ‘Cards With The Devil’ pays homage to VAN HALEN and their song with the Underworld’s boss also in the title. ‘The Open Sea’ kicks off with Hammond organ and ‘Pretty Little Sunshine’ is just an excuse to go hog wild on the guitar throughout. Ditto ‘This Ends Here’, which jumps from the speakers on note #1. Fun diversion!



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