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Band: Rattlesnake
Title: Rock You All
Genre: Hard Rock
Release date: January 30, 2019

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Tracklist:
1. Midnite Ride
2. Dog Without A Bone
3. Love With A Zombie
4. Wet And Ready
5. Rock You All

Lineup:
Dylan "Didi" Droxler - Drum
Raphaël "Raph'" Droxler - Voice
Christian "Indi" Inderbitzin - Bass

 

 

Ladies and gentlemen, the awaited (mainly for me) return of Rattlesnake!
The Swiss hard rock band is back with an EP “Rock You All”, and they’re really back to rock all of us with five kicking pieces.
Born in 1990, right from the start the band has distinguished itself for powerful rock energy.
The various vicissitudes have led the band to be reborn from its ashes in 2012, when at the younger drummer Dylan, 17 years old, convinced his father Raph Droxler, the original singer of the band, to revive the band.
With an introduction by lRuyter Suys (Nashville Pussy), “Rock You All” contains a groovy sound  with   vintage echoes and modern rock.
The bass player and the band went separate ways after the recording was completed for time management reasons, and he was replaced by a well-known bass player from the local Swiss and International scene, Bourreau (the henchman) also know as Bison by his friends (ex-Apocalypse, ex-Ca Va Chier, current bass player for Cosmosonic).
“Midnite Ride” starts this work in such great style, an extremely hottest beginning for this work.
Awww! Fresh energy in “Dog Without A Bone”, brilliant rhythm, powerful rock voice and huge guitar, a well done piece in which the very catchy choruses remain imprinted from the beginning and you can't do anything else then sing the refrain.
More sinuous and velvety is the following track “Love With A Zombie”, featuring Mel Psychozombie has a  good mood and sound, a successful piece that accompany to the following “Wet And Ready” a track that doesn't lose the rock bite, Rattlesnake continues to stand up to this style with typical eighties influences, with a really electrifying guitar; another absolutely catchy and fresh piece that leaves us no other choice but to shake us together with its rhythm.
The title track “Rock You All”, featuring Bourreau Megazombie, is no less, another settling blow that captures for its power, a respectable closure for this EP.
Great voice, good vibes and excellent musicians make this EP a burning rock work, skilled and bright return for this band that’s ready to bite again more poisonous than ever, welcome back Rattlesnake!



 

Valeria Campagnale

 

 

Rattlesnake teaser CD “Rock You All”