Pusher Man by Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats

Sounding more like the 60 incarnations of Black Sabbath and Alice Cooper than having just released the album from which this track is taken in 2015, Cambridge’s Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats bring back the heyday of heavy metal without a hint of tongue-in-cheek. Cover of Iron Maiden’s Remember Tomorrow on the B-side.

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Pusher Man by Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats
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8/10 gbar 18th February 2017

Uncle Acid's music also encroaches on the darker side of psychedelic territory and is saturated with occult ideologies in many of their albums concepts and tracks. "Pusher Man" is from their 2015 release, The Night Creeper, which is a consistent follow up from their previous albums that received critical acclaim. The song is structured around a simple riff that allows for Kevin Starrs sounding vocals to rise above the dark haze and fuzz. The backing vocals open up the structured song and give it depth; allowing the song ends on a high note with a wailing solo that one could only hope for when dealing with a band with such a reputation.

10/10 Paul Customer rating (no review), 27th July 2020



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