Live review: “A high degree of quality”

From Metal Planet Music:

“The castle’s inner is filling nicely as Atack file on stage, greeting the early door’s gathering Keith enquires, in time honoured fashion, “How are you alright?” before continuing “This is our first one, gonna be special.” The spinetingling Hammond of the highly regarded Nick Foley (I recommend checking out his videos) drives hard entwining with the coruscant Strat shouldered by Keith as their set kicks off with the classic rock-based tones of ‘Nine Lives’. Deep Purple and Whitesnake embrace in the baronial environs.

There’s a high degree of quality throughout the ranks with drummer Bob Richards (Buck & Evans, Man), something a local legend having depped for none other than AC/DC on the 2014 video shoots for ‘Play Ball’ and ‘Rock or Bust’, partnering Thunder’s bassist Chris Childs in a fearsome low-end battering ram whilst out front it’s Dan Byrne on mic duties, a firm favourite of the Welsh rock contingent. A temporary slot filling in for the unavailable talents of Lee Small (SHY, Lionheart, Sweet) comes as an unexpected surprise for a large number of us who are unaware.”

Read the full review at Metal Planet Music.

Live review: “Definitely worth watching out for”