The Company Band consists of Clutch's vocalist Neil Fallon, guitarist Dave Bone, Fireball Ministry's James A. Rota on guitar, Fu Manchu's bass player Brad Davis and Jess Margera from CKY behind the drums. This outfit is a band out to have fun with their music, and you only need to take a look at song titles like "Zombie Barricades" or "Love Means Never Having To Say You're Ugly" to figure out their modus operandi on this self-titled release.
With their brand of punchy upbeat hard rock, The Company Band's music pulls you in from the get go, starting with "Zombie Barricades", as the riffs engage and the vocals of Neil Fallon cut in. Neil's powerful and distinctive voice is ideally suited to The Company Band's songs. "It's A Confusing World" and the slower "Djin And Pentatonic" keep the rock going and the groover "Inline Six" is an album highlight.
There's variety like "All's Well In Milton Keynes" which has The Company Band easing back and features a fine solo from Dave Bone, who really is a good additon to the band. Order your copy today and get ready to rock out with The Company Band and their self titled full length debut.
1. Zombie Barricades
2. It's A Confusing World
3. Djin And Pentatonic
4. Inline Six
5. Hot Topic Woman
6. All's Well In Milton Keynes
7. Who Else But Us
9. Love Means Never Having To Say You're Ugly
10. Lethe Waters