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The Bulletmonks - Weapons Of Mass Destruction
When two brothers of Melbourne descent, G.I son Spreace Jackson and a half French drummer get together in a former pickle factory in Nuremburg to conquer the world of Rock n Roll, the Bulletmonks is what you get. Indeed pretty obvious if you’d ask me. But when reading along in their bio I also noticed that Metal Hammer did reward the band with the Full Throttle award. To be honest that did raise my expectations a little bit.
With the pedal to the metal start of ‘No Gain Just Pain’ I instantly rose my eyebrow a little more. This could turn out pretty okay. It reminds me a bit of Gluecifer or Motörhead with a great groove. The following songs are a bit more down tempo but still got a great groove. Not only are the names mentioned above probably one of the influences of Bulletmonks. Also Led Zeppelin and maybe even a bit of Volbeat are present within their music.
One of the first things that I noticed about the sound of Bulletmonks is the melodic guitar parts that have a great greasy production and overpower the music a bit. This gives just a bit more power and groove within the sound. Next to this I also noticed the crystal clear production of the album. Where a lot of bands would choose for a dirty sound, Bulletmonks did the right thing to crank up the guitar parts.
To be honest this album is quite a revelation for me. Especially since these guys met each other in a former pickle factory, I didn’t think anything good would come from this. Damn I probably just sounded like one of the mothers of the bandmembers. Well what the hell, I’m going to pull out my motorcycle for a ride once more with this album in my player.
The Bulletmonks - Weapons Of Mass Destruction
78/1001Details Napalm Records
Released on Friday Mar 27th, 2009
Rock 'n Roll

Writer @Niamen on Wednesday Apr 15th, 2009

Tags: #The Bulletmonks
Tracklisting 01. No Gain Just Pain
02. My World�s A Show
03. Lifestyle Junkie
04. Under The Black Sun
05. I Am
06. Canned Insanity
07. Downtown Is Dead
08. Never Be A Wannabe
09. Hang On Lord
10. We�re All Fucked
11. Tentacle
12. No Gain Just Pain (Unplugged)
Line up Tyler Voxx - Vocals, Guitar
Dangerous Dan - Guitar
Spreace Jackson - Bass
M.Dogg - Drums