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The Midnight Chase

by Crucified Barbara

The Midnight Chase by Crucified Barbara

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The Midnight Chase

by Crucified Barbara

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Label: Nuclear Blast
Though these same four Stockholm metal mamas made the oft-catchy and humorous In Distortion We Trust six years before (see: "I Wet Myself," "Bad Hangover," "Rock'n'Roll Bachelor"), their 2012 album finds them succumbing to seriousness, and fishing to no avail for hooks their obvious role models Girlschool would've deemed suitable. The title track starts dynamic enough, but the best melody probably shows up in "Count Me In," a minor-key power ballad. But not even "Kid From the Upper Class" or the one that starts "I come from a cold and dreary part of town" fulfill their promise to eat the rich.

About This Album

Though these same four Stockholm metal mamas made the oft-catchy and humorous In Distortion We Trust six years before (see: "I Wet Myself," "Bad Hangover," "Rock'n'Roll Bachelor"), their 2012 album finds them succumbing to seriousness, and fishing to no avail for hooks their obvious role models Girlschool would've deemed suitable. The title track starts dynamic enough, but the best melody probably shows up in "Count Me In," a minor-key power ballad. But not even "Kid From the Upper Class" or the one that starts "I come from a cold and dreary part of town" fulfill their promise to eat the rich.

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About This Album

Though these same four Stockholm metal mamas made the oft-catchy and humorous In Distortion We Trust six years before (see: "I Wet Myself," "Bad Hangover," "Rock'n'Roll Bachelor"), their 2012 album finds them succumbing to seriousness, and fishing to no avail for hooks their obvious role models Girlschool would've deemed suitable. The title track starts dynamic enough, but the best melody probably shows up in "Count Me In," a minor-key power ballad. But not even "Kid From the Upper Class" or the one that starts "I come from a cold and dreary part of town" fulfill their promise to eat the rich.