No Blitz - Never Satisfied
Virginia based rock band, No Blitz, sits poised to break away from the rest with Never Satisfied, inspired by the band's quest to achieve the next level of artistry (lyrically and music playing wise) and greater commercial exposure. Opening for established bands like Fuel and the Parlor Mob, this EP offers a Saliva/The Offspring and Alient Ant Farm-sounding glimpse from both sides of the rock spectrum- softer rock/pop radio-friendly tunes to harder, punk/metal tracks.
Listening to these songs on my iPod while trying to get my ass in gear to run/walk a 10k, this EP came to me at the right time. Unreal starts the album off with strong guitar and drumlines (which are consistently great throughout the album), on a song about a confused soul, trying to understand the world around him. Motivational lyrics like "I Ain't Never Backin Down" after making drunken mistakes on Exception to the Rule and "Diamonds in your eyes aren't easily achieved" on My Life will resonate with those Gen X and Y coasters (like the ones in the "Jackass"-like clip on their website) we've all met who should mature, move beyond entitlement and make their own marks on the world. Aim To Please will also hit home as an easy-relatable tune about unrequited love, wistfully pining over a girl, wishing she would notice his intense passion to take the relationship to the next step. Have no doubt, continuing to produce quality rock tracks like these; No Blitz will "become who they want to be".
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