Stop telling people "They don't make music like they used to!" - the revival has begun.
It's been brewing for a long time, and rock & roll is ready to make itself heard again. Aside from a few noble renegades such as the Sheepdogs, true rock and roll is still ruled by the old guard who helped create it in the late 60's. For 30 years the mindset has been "How dare you play fills on those drums, solo on that guitar or sing wailing lead vocal lines? That is self indulgent - pretentious, even!" Somewhere along the line, the ways of rock were forgotten.
Mad Shadow is here to say enough is enough. They have spent travelled 100,000 miles in the last five years, tearing down houses and giving thousands of people a taste of raw, incendiary rock and roll. They grew up on artists Humble Pie, Howlin' Wolf and Cream. They have not forgotten the destructive power of a Les Paul and a Marshall with no master volume. They know what a screaming Hammond organ can do to one's mind and body. Their Ludwigs drums are sized "quite large". They will lay the foundation for your heavy-rock cottage. Dig it: Mad Shadow's "Heavy Blues" - it's what's happening.