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  • Hinder "Save Me" Song Review – 4.5 out of 5 stars

    Mon, 17 Sep 2012 17:04:29

    Hinder "Save Me" Song Review – 4.5 out of 5 stars - By ARTISTdirect.com editor in chief Rick Florino…

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    In a catalog of huge anthems, Hinder unleash their catchiest yet with "Save Me"—the first single from their forthcoming fourth album for Republic Records, Welcome to the Freakshow, due out this fall.

    A scorching riff blazes along to drummer Cody Hanson's bombastic beats. Joe Garvey and Mark King blast off six-string fireworks as Mike Rodden's bass rumbles below. At their tightest, the band rolls ahead full steam like a freight train headed straight for hedonism with no stops.

    "If you can't come to rage, you ain't changing anything," grins singer Austin Winkler with a sinister growl. That's just before he screams out the track's immortal chorus. It's a quintessential declaration of independence from the band, perfectly marrying melody and metal. Hinder once again steps up their game with a track your girl can sing along and shake her ass to.

    The Freakshow is going to be the place to be for rock 'n' roll this fall. Get ready.

    Rick Florino
    09.17.12


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