Album: In The Henhouse
By: M. Loop
Alice In Chains meets Metallica in the southwest of the UK in the band Kikamora.
“In The Henhouse” is a wonderfully varied album with different colors, but always rocking hard.
“Twist My Arm” does! It comes out of the gate sweating a sending a clear aggressive message.
“Methadream” is a dynamic tune with soft and loud passages and has a very melodic vibe.
“Pest” is all mojo in your face. It shows off the band interplay very well.
“Suffer Unto Me” slows things down into blues territory. It gives vocalist Wilf Kite a chance to showcase his emotive singing. I like when the tune kicks into its big dynamic surges. Very powerful.
“Half Rats” keeps the blues going and is a nice showcase for Jimi Bessant on Lead guitar and Daniel Marshall on Rhythm guitar.
Kikamora is a group of seasoned hard rock musicians in fine form. The music feels real. This album is a breath of fresh air in a sea of programmed music. If you like rock in your face, holding nothing back, you will enjoy this first official release by Kikamora.
Small Bio :
Kikamora are a 5 piece Hard Rock band based in the southwest of the UK.
Kikamora formed in early 2015 and can be described as a thumping fusion of classic hard rock and blues.
Expect pure gritty Hard rock with thick bass lines, screaming guitar, raspy vocals and thunderous drums.
Every show is 110% energy and not to be missed.
Since forming in 2015 Kikamora have recorded “Old Rosie” Demo’s and 4 track ep available at gigs and online through our Pledge Music campaign toured the UK relentlessly.
2016 Will see the release of “In The Henhouse” the first official Kikamora release in the shape of a new 5 track EP.
In 2016 Kikamora were entered into the exclusive battle of the bands competition Highway to Hell with first prize being a 2 album deal with Off yer Rock record and a chance to play Hard Rock Hell.
Wilf Kite – Vocals
Jimi Bessant – Lead guitar
Daniel Marshall – Rhythm guitar
Rob Ives – Bass
Rich Wilson – Lead drums
Frankie Povey – Saxophone
Harrison Treble – Key’s