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The Riffs look as if they stepped straight off of the Cathouse stage, and the raucous rock 'n' roll that this quintet makes on DEATH OR GLORY takes us back to the late 1970's glam boy era, when three chords and leather were the bare necessities. Having a real old school rock backbone, this Portland, OR clan attach a simple approach to its substantial riff rock style, making the kind of rock 'n' roll suitable for hot rod races, backstreet alleys, and go-go clubs across this great land of ours. Fist pumping and anthemic, songs like "LA Suicide" and "For You" prove that when you keep it simple, you still can pump out songs like Mott the Hoople and be as cool as they were in '73.
- Mike SOS