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Calgary Sun: Concert Review

But as exciting as that debut solo album (featuring a list of guest singers as diverse as Lemmy, Fergie, Ozzy Osbourne, Iggy Pop, Chris Cornell and Kid Rock, among others) turned out to be, the band continuity and chemistry of Apocalyptic Love is as easy to hear onstage as it was in the grooves of the new album.

The tight-as-a-drum band chops, Kennedy’s lead and Kern’s powerful backing vocals during Standing In The Sun displayed a gang of musicians in the pocket, at ease and brimming with confidence.

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Times LIVE: “Apocalyptic Love” review (Rating: 7/10)

It’s an energetic and mad album with strong vocals, funk guitar, vintage Guns N’ Roses epic solos, dirty old school rock, quick drums, deep bass and classic elegance.
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Its sheer diversity is really telling of Slash’s versatility but Apocalyptic Love is a collective effort with Kennedy on vocals, Brent Fitz on drums and Todd Kerns on bass.

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Rating: 7/10

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