We all knew that Journey’s Steve Perry-less reunion was never going to spark the big comeback of piano-driven pop/rock.
Following tours supporting Blink-182 and the recently popped-out Weezer, the Irving Plaza floor both brewed with anticipation and stewed with “what-if-they-don’t-play-any-old-stuff?” anxiety.
CKY’s sound is not revolutionary, but the band certainly works hard for their individuality.
The strongest force holding back Prime sth from being a rock band is its slick production.
First impressions can be deceiving.
The way the album touches the skin is more paperback than hardcover and singer Jim Adkins’s voice is more seductive and confident than before.