John Gält | Served Hot

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Served Hot

by John Gält

Alcohol-driven, four-piece band from Kharkiv, Ukraine, that plays good old hard rock heavily influenced by modern swedish glam/sleaze and a little bit of punk.
Genre: Rock: Glam
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1. Jgs
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2. Riot Radio
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3. (One More) Punk Rock Anthem
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4. Undeniable
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5. White Widow
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6. Lz Is Hot
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7. When Nature Calls
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8. Burn (Nothing in the End)
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9. Bad Brotherhood
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10. On the Loose
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Album Notes
In 2013, a lot was said about glam/sleaze, maybe everything, but there’s still one thing that keeps all the aficionados strongly bound to this genre: the quality. John Gält are young, but they learned perfectly from the great bands of the past and they know that a good sleaze metal needs attitude, passion and a strong talent for the songwriting. Catchy refrains that sound like anthems, great tunes and blasting solos are the basic elements to get a proper sleaze album. “Served Hot” has all these features: American old school hard rock from the 80’s and Scandinavian post Dave Lepard nu-glam blend in a crushing mix! If you dig Crashdïet, Mötley Crüe and Motörhead, you're gonna love this new “umlaut band”!


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