Buckle up for a great ride of epic grandeur because Myrone’s new, much anticipated album ‘Humanity’ is finally here and it’s a burst of pure, joyous, epic, guitar-licious bliss.
With an intro where we hear him taking a deep breather, fine-tuning his instrument and strapping in to go on a long adventure, Myrone just breaks open with one of the most epic intro’s, ever to be recorded in history. We’re not exaggerating, truly, but this theme to ‘Humanity’ is a honestly just the greatest blast to begin with.
Filled with references to great guitar legends such as Eric Clapton, Joe Satriani, Steve Vai and Marty Friedman, this album is filled with amazing feel-good riffage. Myrone shreds like there’s no tomorrow, punches orchestral stabs, hits those high-end snare hits, funks-out with keyboard chords, … all this and more as he’s laying rubber on the concrete with some killer tracks that take you all over the the place.
The album really does a great job in swinging it’s mood. After that most epic intro, a few tracks later we get a more mellowed down groove on ‘Concrete’, only to pick the pace right up again on ‘STRAFF: Jump Zone’.
Going deeper into ‘Humanity’ we get hit with some dazzling arpeggios, shades of great 70’s J-pop during ‘Groove Ritual’, and a dreamlike, spacious dance track ‘Keepin’ on’.
Some serious (and we mean bloody-serious) rock’n’roll get sky-rocketed on the last song that functions as the album’s outro. He takes on the theme to ‘Humanity’ once again and totally rocks out with an accompaning organ, cementing his legacy as this is a truly outstanding album only Myrone can do.