This hard rock band was created by highly ranked free-skier Matt Reardon and guitarist Charles Lee. Reardon, healing from an injury, was introduced to Lee by guitarist John 5 (Marilyn Manson, Rob Zombie). John 5 had formerly worked with the guitarist in a band called Loser. The two recruited Matt Toast Young (Billy Idol) on drums and hired esteemed producer Bob Marlette (Shinedown, Seether) to produce this self-titled effort. The album fits snugly in the US modern rock scene with influences ranging from Soundgarden to Shinedown. The chorus parts are extremely commercial with a little loose percussion to create smoother passages. The group raise their fists, evident on stronger rifftastic staples “Holy Gasoline” and “Hell Yeah” but most of the material is slower-paced with too much warmth. I can’t help but think of Daughtry on songs like “Skeletons”. Overall, this is probably pleasing to rockers that don’t delve too much further than Top 40.