All the songs serve us this herd rock through a selection of chunky slabs of guitar riffs and frantic drum beats. Plus Cormac Neeson's vocals make him sound like he's fronting a rock band from the 1970s, sounding like the cross between Bon Scott and Robert Plant, making him suiting for the overall classic vibe the album provides us with.
So it's barely a revolutionary sound and one could probably excused for thinking this could be an album from the late 1970s or early 1980s, but that was never going to be the main goal for these guys. The Answer keep things cool and have some hard rock fun played with the intention for all listeners to have fun as well, and I'd say they achieve this. Who knows if this will finally get them the recognition that they should have gotten a while ago? I mean, if playing alongside AC/DC isn't a way that helps you expose yourself to new fans, I don't know what is.
The Answer's Revival is out now via Spinefarm. The band will tour the UK this month.