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★★★★½
(15 Reviews)

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Burn Halo was formed by James Hart, lead singer of Eighteen Visions. Says Hart, ”I wanted to make a very straightforward rock album. Something that had commercial appeal, but also something that had a classic, vintage mid-80s throwback vibe to it.” Produced and co-written by Zac Maloy, who has also co-written with Daughtry, David Cook, and Theory Of A Deadman. Daniel Adair from Nickelback tracked the drums and Chris Chaney from Jane’s Addiction played bass.

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  • The Good
    “Dirty Little Girl” is dominated by meaty guitar riffs and gritty vocals. Driving guitars set the steady pace for “Save Me.” Vocalist James Hart delivers an empowering performance here. The chorus hook is sure to draw you in. “Here With Me” is a little more glossy than the tracks that preceded it. It still has that rock edge, but is clearly a song set up for the radio. Hart shows his vocal diversity here. “So Addicted” sound like it was plucked right from the Alice in Chains or Stone Temple Pilots catalog. “Saloon Song” is undeniably catchy, and tells the tale of a bar hook up that lead to a long love affair. Burn Halo comes with all barrels blazing on “Our House.” “Falling Faster” is a predominately acoustic ballad with an over-the-top chorus. “Anejo” brings the energy level back up.

    The Bad
    Nothing notable

    The Verdict
    Vocalist James Hart said he wanted to go out there and create a straight-up rock record with commercial appeal. Well, Hart hits the nail on the head with Burn Halo’s debut. This album is pure modern-era rock with plenty of heavy riffs and melodic vocals. Burn Halo reminds me the current rock sound being put forth by Hinder or Rev Theory. Halo is in great company indeed.

    Posted on December 26, 2009 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • I saw them when I was home on R&R from Iraq and was a awesome concert so I knew I had to get there cd as soon as I could!

    Posted on December 26, 2009 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • I am not one to leave reviews on things, but I love this CD – I have not said that in a long time **almost 20 years (with few exceptions AIC, Buckcherry, etc) I really hope this band gets more exposure. Anyone who has not listened to this is really missing out – Thank You Burn Halo :)

    Posted on December 26, 2009 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • Why are people ignoring this cd? It is an amazing collection of rock. There are no bad songs, seriously not one to skip. It has a good mix of loud songs and slower ones. You will not be disappointed at all!

    Posted on December 25, 2009 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • This a great rock and roll album. But how can you not mention the guitars? Synester Gates from Avenged Sevenfold and Neal Tiemann of MWK and David Cook’s band. If you like good old fashioned rock and roll, you will love this record.

    Posted on December 25, 2009 - Permalink - Buy Now