Review: Shakra – Mad World
AFM Records (March 6th 2020)
Reviewer: Dan Mann
Shakra return with their 15th album ‘Mad World‘, which is available now via AFM Records.
For those of you already familiar with the band, ‘Mad World‘ won’t deliver any surprises, carrying on where ‘Snakes & Ladders‘ left off. Is this a bad thing? Hell no, as a long time fan of the band it means more of that heavier end of hard rock which gets you reaching to nudge the volume knob up a few more notches.
For those of you unfamiliar with the band, I guess a quick analogy would be imagine a heavier version of German rockers Bonfire.
The album itself consists of twelve tracks, no being short changed here, and with no ballad you just get twelve tracks of pounding, foot stomping rock that’ll either piss off your neighbours or entertain them, depending on their musical preferences!
I’m not going to delve into each track using a magnifying glass, I’m just going to tell you to go out and buy it, you won’t be disappointed………trust me!