The hard rock band, National Wrecking Company recently released their highly-anticipated, self-titled debut album, which also features the final guitar work from famed guitarist Bernie Torme (Ozzy Osbourne), who passed away earlier this year. The band includes members of The Lizards, Cactus, Humble Pie and The Plasmatics, who have created a classic metal sound with a modern edge to their music.
The new 11-song release begins with the pounding rhythm of "Supersonic," as you are introduced to the dual guitar work of 23 year old prodigy Jesse Berlin and 60 year old veteran shredder Phil Bader. Bassist Randy Pratt handles the progressive-style rock groove of "King Of All I See," while "Beast" has a wonderful Ronnie James Dio vibe flowing through it. The sonic blast of drums and guitar of "Holy Creatures" will grab your attention, before the band dive into the eight-minute epic piece "Blood Moon Rising." National Wrecking Company finish off their new album with stellar drum work of TC Tolliver on "Whirlpool World" and the exciting, high-powered instrumental "Overture/Mechanized Confusion," which features the masterful guitar work of the late Bernie Torme. To find out more about the National Wrecking Company and their latest self-titled release, please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/National-Wrecking-Company .