Cherri Bomb’s debut album, This
is the End of Control, comes in. The band, made of four kick-butt
teens, Julia, 14, Miranda, 16, Nia, 15, and Rena, 13, is bringing back the idea
of girl power in the rock world! And we think it, well, rocks.
music industry today is full of pop princesses and auto-tuned maniacs, but once
in a while it’s nice to hear music that’s a bit different. That’s where
the first song on the album, you can already tell these chicks know what’s up.
They are full of that teen angst, which they let out in full force in “Drawing
the songs off this album are total rock ‘n’ roll, lovers of softer and slower
songs will still find what they are looking for in “Heart is a Whole.”
looking for a song that can easily become a fave for fans of Paramore and
old-school Avril, look no further than the band’s “Too Many Faces,” about
someone with too many different sides to them. You’ll start to know the words
after just a couple listens…but you’ll keep listening long after that.
do we heart most about This is the End of
Control? It’s a breath of fresh, angst-infused air in a world filled
largely with often too-sweet-for-words music that starts to mesh together in
your ears. The songs on this album stand out. Plus, these rockstars play their
own instruments, which is hard to find in today’s music world.
This is the
End of Control hits stores today. Be sure to grab a copy. Then come back
and share your favorite track.
Catch Cherri Bomb’s “Let It Go” music vid below…
Cherri Bomb live! The girls are joining part of this year’s Warped Tour. CLICK HERE
for full deets.
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more from Cherri Bomb? Check out our exclusive interview in the June/July issue, on
you glad that there are still girls who dream of being rockers rather than pop
princesses? Will you be checking out Cherri Bomb’s new album? Blog about it,
BY RACHAEL ELLENBOGEN ON 5/15/2012 12:00:00 AM
POSTED IN entertainment, review, music reviews, music, music we love, In the mag, June/July 2012