New Music Review: Rock Is Not Dead With Cherri Bomb’s Debut Release

People may think rock is dead and what came in its’ place was a group of DJ’s that produce synthetic sounds you would hear in euro club atmosphere. The change back to live music is slowly coming back and with the May 15, 2012 release of the debut album from local band Cherri Bomb entitled, “This Is The End Of Control” is proving that rock is alive and will never die.

This local Los Angeles band formed in 2008 in the valley consisting of Julia Pierce (14 years old) lead vocals/ guitar, Miranda Miller (15 years old) on guitar, Nia Lovelis (14 years old) on drums and Rena Lovelis (13 years old) on the bass, the younger sister of Nia, have such a fresh sound on this debut album. The band has some great management with them. Managed by drummer Samantha Maloney (Hole, Motley Crue, Eagles Of Death Metal, Peaches) which will really help the band climb the ladder as many of the great all female rock groups in music history.

Hard guitars and bass lines and the drumming that is so intense you can feel the kick drum in your soul to every beat. Influenced by such bands as Garbage, Foo Fighters and My Chemical Romance brings their clean rocks sound that caught our attention when we heard one of the bands songs online a couple months ago. In the bands song, “Let It Go” and “Better This Way” which reminds me so much of an all female band known as the Runaways, in which the band named themselves from the Runaways popular song “Cherry Bomb”, that is just fun hard rock that gets you ready for a mosh pit this summer when they tour on the 2012 Van’s Warped Tour.

This Is The End of Control“, is a must buy album for all rock fans or fans of just good music. The album will be released tomorrow at your local music outlets as well as iTunes and released from Hollywood Records. We have their video for “Let It Go” below and you can see Cherri Bomb at the 2012 Vans Warped Tour east coast dates starting on July 17 in Darien Center, New York. When they play Los Angeles we will let you know the dates and times on our Facebook page.

Cherri Bomb – Let It Go

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Michael Sandoval

Michael created MUSE/MUSE TV after a career in professional sports and journalism. Born and raised in Los Angeles, California. He attended Don Bosco Technical Institute in which he studied Electronics and Computer Science and California State University, Fullerton in which he graduated with a degree from the College of Communication in Journalism. He is a big Foo Fighters fan, loves Star Wars and loves photography.

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