Wednesday, July 23, 2014
The album literally kicks off with the title track in a flurry of raucous riffs and a howl of feedback in the vein of "Wango Tango" from Scream Dream. Ted barks out the lyrics and lets rip with a frantic guitar solo at the minute mark. "Fear Itself" has an intense, brooding riff underpinning some hefty power chords bringing to mind "Tooth, Fang And Claw" from the Spirit Of The Wild album. "Everything Matters" is classic R&B and is the only song on the album with Derek on lead vocal. He has not lost his soulful range and hits the high notes with ease as Ted’s solos weave in and out of the choppy riffs.
Read the full review at PlanetMosh.com.
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
By Kevin Yeanoplos
Conventional wisdom dictates that you don’t stand next to Ted Nugent during a lightning storm. But what’s a billion volts when you can witness the Motor City Madman’s lightning-quick fretwork and over-the-top stage antics up close and personal? True, there may be a few people out there that don’t care for Uncle Ted’s politics. But none of electorate has ever complained about his electric axework.
Read the full interview on AXS.com.
Monday, July 21, 2014
Multi-platinum guitar icon Ted Nugent has returned with his new full-length album SHUTUP&JAM!, which is out on Frontiers Records. The release marks the first all-new studio album from the Motor City Madman in seven years. Nugent leads the pack of renowned musicians, handling guitar and vocal duties, alongside bassist Greg Smith, drummer Mick Brown and longtime musical cohort guitarist/vocalist Derek St. Holmes.
Read the full story on MusicJunkiePress.com.