Editor's Rating

Have a listen to: "Rivalry" and "I'm Going To Hell For This"

Rating out of 10

Airbourne – Breakin Outta Hell

Release Date: 16th September 2016
Spinefarm Records

Airbourne are an Australian hard rock band, who have just released their fourth studio album through Spinefarm Records. Airbourne have been non stop touring with their old music, kicking ass with their Australian hard rock, leaving fans wondering when the new record was coming. Earlier this year, the band hit the studio and now the fourth studio album is here.

What you can expect from ‘Breakin Outta Hell’ is classic rock mixed with hard rock vibes. The first track is the album title track ‘Breakin Outta Hell‘; a fast paced hard rock song – like Motley Crue and AC/DC mixed with Airbourne, kicking this album off with a Classic Rock/Hard Rock explosion in your ears. ‘Rivalry’ is the second track on the album and it’s more of a fan chanting song to get the crowd hyped at a show.

‘Get Back Up’ is something for the fans. It’s Never Too Loud For Me’ brings that hard rocking vibe, I am sure this one will be a classic – it makes you want to get up and party or maybe even smash something, pure rock ‘n’ roll style.

‘Thin The Blood’ is a wild, country rock song, reminscient of ZZ Top. It keeps that fast paced hard rock style of music going and keeps the album alive and thumping with pure adrenaline. ‘I’m Going To Hell For This’ opens up with catchy classic rock riffs, drums and vocals, sounding like it came out of the late 70’s, which shows how Airbourne can easily adapt to different genres of rock.

‘Down On You’ is another crowd pleaser, fast paced to keep the adrenaline pumping. ‘Never Been Rocked Like This’ just makes you want to party with great beer and great friends. It is sure to bring out your inner rockstar with the sound of the rock riffs, heart pumping drums and classic rock vocals.

The album closer ‘It’s All For ‘Rock N’ Roll’ is a way for Airbourne to say to the fans “thanks for rocking out with us”. It sounds like Kiss, ZZ Top and AC/DC mixed into one. This album truly shows Rock ‘n’ Roll ain’t dead.

For Fans Of: AC/DC, Kiss, Def Leppard

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