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Light It Up

by Rev Theory

Light It Up by Rev Theory

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Light It Up

by Rev Theory

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Label: Interscope/Brian Howes
Rev Theory's Light It Up takes Nickelback's post-grunge magik tricks, delivers them with more of a streamlined metal approach than the heartland rock that identify that other band, and then marries them to heavy (and welcome) elements of Bleach-era Nirvana. This means these songs are singable as hell. Sometimes singer Rich Luzzi sounds a little overly serious (see "Broken Bones") and sometimes he sounds pretty tough (see the title track). Most importantly, when they want to rock, Rev Theory are pretty good.

About This Album

Rev Theory's Light It Up takes Nickelback's post-grunge magik tricks, delivers them with more of a streamlined metal approach than the heartland rock that identify that other band, and then marries them to heavy (and welcome) elements of Bleach-era Nirvana. This means these songs are singable as hell. Sometimes singer Rich Luzzi sounds a little overly serious (see "Broken Bones") and sometimes he sounds pretty tough (see the title track). Most importantly, when they want to rock, Rev Theory are pretty good.

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About This Album

Rev Theory's Light It Up takes Nickelback's post-grunge magik tricks, delivers them with more of a streamlined metal approach than the heartland rock that identify that other band, and then marries them to heavy (and welcome) elements of Bleach-era Nirvana. This means these songs are singable as hell. Sometimes singer Rich Luzzi sounds a little overly serious (see "Broken Bones") and sometimes he sounds pretty tough (see the title track). Most importantly, when they want to rock, Rev Theory are pretty good.