Bigmotorgasoline

Bigmotorgasoline (Rock) - Ontario, Canada




It’s been four years since BigMotorGasoline entered the music scene with the debut of  Fuel to Burn.  Fuel… hit the airwaves of the world from Canada to the United States, Australia, South Africa, Germany, Spain, and the United Kingdom. Airplay on streaming radio in the UK brought this Peterborough based band more exposure in Rock & Metal Magazine. In the USA, “Dirty Politician” hit a chord with radio across the country during the elections of 2016, with more releases from FTB, making the airwaves. Leadoff single, “Vodka” followed by “Lately” proved popular in Iowa, Colorado, Arizona, Massachusetts, Michigan, Georgia and California. “BYOT”, an album track, hit the number two spot on the year end music charts at CJIM Radio in Montreal.

As the world has changed, so have things with BMG. Two member changes, countless rehearsals, and finally new songs without sacrificing the trademark BigMotorGasoline sound. All this resulting in  The Way Things Used To Be. Solid feel good music, southern rock feel, and the same kind of music you want to hear while driving in your car, riding your Harley, or cranking up to eleven with your friends. Throughout the tracks, you’ll detect the fun times the boys had making this CD. Stronger lyrics escaping the traditional theme of love lost and conquered to upbeat, reflective, and party themed tunes like “Raise A Whiskey”, “Who I Am”, “Feelin’ Alright” and many more. Most of all, BigMotorGasoline produced a song and video that everyone can relate to, “The Way Things Used To Be”.

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"The Way Things Used To Be" Album Review
The opener "Who I Am" is in your face Rock from the get go. The track brings the melodic vocals, rockin' riffs and guitar solos that don't overpower the tone. The title track is next and has that old school Rock flair. It has some tempo changes and really mixes up the old with the modern style. "Feelin' Alright" is high tempo and perfect for the Summer. The track blazes ahead and shimmers with a Rock confidence that not too many bands have nowadays in the genre. "Whiskey Down" is the longest track on the album, clocking in around the five and a half minute mark. There's a lot packed into that run time as it shows off the true range of the band perfectly. "Death of Me" has shades of Bon Jovi to it. The track veers into a more Rock ballad path but still has a bit of bite to it. "Hold On" picks the pace back up. The track is full of energy and will surely get the live crowd moving and singing along. "Party Like A Rolling Stone" is purely instrumental for the first minute and then switches things up. The tempo is a bit more funky and shows off a different sound for the band. "Iron Horse" has a bit of a lengthy intro before it really sinks its teeth in. The track then moves forward with its classic Rock sound. "Whiskey Weed" is perfect for blaring with the windows down. The track is absolute gold for driving and keeps things tight and polished with its high octane Rock sound. The closer "Raise a Whiskey" wraps things up nicely. The riffs work incredibly well, the vocals keep everything moving at a steady pace and the melodies are on point. It's a closer that'll make the listener yearn for more.

Verdict:
Bigmotorgasoline keep their high octane Rock sound at a full clip with their new album.