Kingdom Come released their newest album "Ain't Crying for the Moon" via Frontiers Records.
The album shows another sound of Kingdom Come with less guitar blazing and tearing voice. In fact, the band tries to put in new materials including some distorted bass lines and weird heavy guitars sound. Lenny Wolf delivers the amazing vocal skills.
Album production comes somewhat overloaded, dully/mustily and few differentiates here, yet the nearly constantly high level and the striking power of the song property shows themselves so well - one takes the basses evenly somewhat puts out and turns one the heights stop far up.
The opener "Two Legged Sheep” represents the album perfectly. Here the typical psychedelic and atmosphia KC-elements are exactly the same, like violent rhythm guitar and bass barriers in a Song, whereby the singing passages are rather meagerly instrumented. The title TRACK “Ain't Crying for the Moon” is a 8-minutes opus with a calm piano dominated first half and a second part of the slogged rhythm guitar.
The title “Bon Scott” does not only read itself like a Hommage to the former AC/DC front man, it is it also! "Removed the Sting" is this album most power ballad. The song is good written and Wolf's voice gives this song a high tempo. “Across the Universe” however reminded with its psychedelic and easily swinged note by sections of the Beatles. There is nothing special of new here. The song “Get it on” is finally a 2006-Version of the KC-classical author of the 88 debut album. A violently grooved new edition very much succeeded, as I finds with a nice small Gimmik at the beginning.
Track of "Ain't Crying for the Moon "