Dangerous Curves ‘So Dirty Right’ – Album Review

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These days Australia seems to be producing so many good rock n roll bands and Dangerous Curves is no exception. The bands new album ‘So Dirty Right’ is one great track after another. With the recently released video for ‘Art of the Heart’ (watch below) you get the idea of what type of party you’re in for.
There really isn’t a bad track on “So Dirty Right’ . The bands sound reminds me a lot of Roxy Blue, and I fucking loved that band. The album kicks things off …….Hey gramps? The little hand says it’s time to Rock n Roll…..and off we go. “Sensational Submit” great rockin’ track to get things started with a catchy chorus and kick ass guitar solo. “Art of the Heart” is a party metal anthem at it’s best. If this was the 80’s Mtv would’ve beat this song into the ground and everybody would still be loving it years from now. “Club Mile High” ahh that club that everyone is looking to get in. Another catchy track that instantly puts a smile on your face.”Ready or Not” one of my favorite tracks from the album. Great backing vocals and catchy as hell! “See You Again” totally guitar driven and probably the heaviest track on the album, a total ass-kicker. ”Forbidden Love” because you knew there was a ballad in here somewhere. This song will definitely having you flying the lighters and singing along.
It’s so easy to get swept away in the tides of Dangerous Curves unbridled enthusiasm. It’s like discovering one of your favorite bands from the 80’s for the very first time.
"So Dirty Right" is set to drop April 6th, 2018. Check out the bands Facebook page below to find out where you can get your copy.
Band Bio: DANGEROUS CURVES are an Australian hard rock/glam metal band formed in the summer of 2015 in Geelong. Inspired by superstar bands like Bon Jovi, KISS, and Van Halen, the band set out to bring back the famed era of 80’s L.A styled Rock ‘n’ Roll with a modern twist.The very first performance of Dangerous Curves saw them performing on a live televised T.V Series, and the band quickly went into the studio to make a demo of the song "Blow my Whistle" which has had a huge response and caught the attention of venue owners and industry insiders, as well as gaining radio play across the Nation and international web-radio shows!

Band Members
Kym: Vocals
Cammy: Guitar, Backing vocals
Ziggy: Bass, Backing Vocals
Luke: drums

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