By: Andrea Holz October 25, 2013
The first song was uncomfortably loud, but it's metal so they're doing their jobs. The next few songs completely made up for rocky beginnings.The second track really showcased the front man’s impressive vocal range. The drummer was a powerhouse and proved to be very skillful. I was impressed
Performance 5 /5
I wasn't sure I was going to love them, their first song was a little overwhelming, by the second song that all changed and found myself completely enthralled. They are super energetic and completely engaging. I was also really impressed by their multi-talented keyboardist. He truly surpassed proficiency on all counts.
By: Tiffy Thompson October 25, 2013
Filter/Tool/Misfits-ey butt-clenching, groin-thrusting real rock and roll. Incredible vocal control oscillating from harridan-like screeching to a rumbling growl.
Catchy, anthemic songs that got the crowd off their asses quick. The frontman leapt around with aplomb, joking with the crowd at intervals and swigging beer the next. They delivered a hard and heavy performance that demanded attention.
By: Erin Fahy October 25, 2013
From the first notes, I was intrigued. Combining synth/keys, metal guitars, thrashing drums and topped by a Lynard Skynard lead singer; Slyde reads like a mess but sounds pretty awesome. They’ve got a good balance of all parts and have potential to really develop their sound.
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