Album Review: Gentlemans Pistols - Hustler's Row

30 October 2015 | 4:42 pm | Cameron Cooper

"There's enough variance to keep things interesting throughout."

Forming a few years before the '70s metal revival kicked off, Gentlemans Pistols have flown under the radar for most of their career. With Hustler's Row, however, the band is likely to break down a few doors.

A fresh, bright production job sees the band shed some of their heavier elements, although riffs and grooves remain the centre of their sound. The band incredible chemistry is notable throughout, with Private Rendezvous and Personal Fantasy Wonderland letting off jammy-vibes. While a slightly tighter guitar tone might have helped the songs breathe a bit, there's enough variance to keep things interesting throughout.