Song of the day: Axminster - Down to the bone

A new EP of hard rock hip-grinders by Boston, USA-based band AXMINSTER has punctured a proverbial rock and roll vein and packs a punch. Early in the 1980s, AXMINSTER made a name for itself in the Boston music scene by playing with an unabashed allegiance to groups like Aerosmith, Sweet, Deep Purple, and Montrose.

The band had a voracious appetite for live performances and slogged its way around the area's clubs, sharing sweat-filled stages with acts like Metallica, Extreme, Twisted Sister, Lita Ford, Molly Hatchet, Ten Years After, Foghat, and many others. The band received consistent airplay and rave reviews from the media. After a brief break, the group is back...

This is their new single, called Down to the bone, starting with a tasty bass and drums intro. The guitars are pure 70s hard rock and the vocals are catchy, energetic and melodic at the same time. If you like old-style Hard rock with tasty riffs (but great solos too) and a lot of attitude, give it a go by clicking on the Spotify player below and don't forget to follow AXMINSTER as well.
Giovanni Gagliano

Passionate about music I wrote my first article for "Given To Rock" in 2012, reaching now 30K global followers. I am also a musician, gigging around London.

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