CD Review: Surefire Machine – S/T

surefire-machine-album-cover-webThis is one record that has yet to cease surprising me. No matter how many times I listen to Surefire Machine’s self-titled debut it never gets boring nor any less stellar.

This is more than just a CD – it is a musical composition of the highest caliber. It is an exciting, coherent story with a gripping beginning, exhilarating middle and rocking end.

The Toronto-based boys (or ‘Revivers of Rock’, as they may soon be known) deliver eight tracks packed with hard-hitting energy, in-your-face lyrics like “One thing you don’t realize, I’m always walking tall” [Walking Tall], bitchin’ guitar riffs and a solid rhythm section – what more could you ask for? But there’s more! Singer Rail Road Wilson’s raw, raspy voice emanates passion and from the very first track, the very first chorus, when he begs “Baby Please, You’ve Got Me on My Knees” – I’m hooked.

Want to know more? Pick up the CD and find out what you’ve been missing.

Surefire Machine will bring you back to the good ol’ days when rock was hard, dirty and unapologetic – the way it’s meant to be.