Review: Scorpion Child – Acid Roulette

If you’re looking for a fusion of Rush (seriously, singer Aryn Jonathan Black sounds a little like Geddy Lee! He soars on vocals.) meets, Led Zeppelin, meets Aerosmith. You found it in the second release from Scorpion Child!

Since 2006, these Texans (“The Child” – for those who don’t know) have put out solid hard rock, and Acid Roulette is no exception to their (proven successful – at least, to my ears) formula. This is a party record (“She Sings, I Kill” and “My Woman In Black” especially), but it’s also a musicians’ record.

You can tell right away that Jon “The Charn” Rice and Alec Caballero Padron (drums and bass, respectively) work well together to create a solid, train-chugging-along rhythm section.

If you’re looking for slower jams, check out “Survives” and the title-track “Acid Roulette” – both are a little more psychedelic. Don’t forget to find a dark room and light some candles to “Séance” either! Yep, it’s what you think it is… cool, creepy vibes from that one.

You just don’t find these kind of vibes in rock that often anymore. It’s a breath of smoke-filled fresh air with a nod to the 70’s! It’s definitely worth a listen. Check out more details on the band and their sound here, and get Acid Roulette anywhere music is sold today!

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