These Lone Star Staters have an appropriately Texas-sized attack, a grungey, full-throttle locomotive drive led by a rugged singer who leans into his leads at all times. “Home” is the act’s best––despite a meandering intro, the song’s hooky chorus is set up and delivered for max effect. It was a treat to discover the band’s twin guitar attack on the lengthy “Ruin Your Weekend” where both shredders get to solo and ultimately fold into each other with precision. The Wolves get all mellow on the wistful, jangly “Alone”––that is, until they kick into a full-throttle section propelled by a good, riffy hook. This is one cohesive rock band that not only likes to play together, but do it extremely well. We advise the band to tightened up its songs a bit.
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