Reviewed by Neil on FreshOnTheNet as:
backdrop of dance-oriented beat, fuzzy quasi-Metal guitar riff and electronic outer shell. No casual car cruise to the castle required when you have a fortress of sound this mighty. There is a chaotic solo in the middle of it all that is more manic than crotch-thrusting (obviously).
The little changes that occur as the track develops hold the interest and there is an energy and intensity that never lets up. Everything about it works. The production is bang on for the track and, as the vocal suddenly turns frantic in the dying stages, so the beat stops and the guitar sags, echoing into the (social) distance. A great end to a fine track.
Ana Calderon Music.