Razorbats release video for title track from new ‘This High’ EP
Norwegian rockers Razorbats have released a video for the title track from their new This High EP, which was released digitally on June 15, 2016.
Sleaze Roxx stated the following in one of its two reviews of Razorbats‘ This High EP: “Just like on Camp Rock, Razorbats offer a lot of variety with each of the three songs being pretty different from the others. My favorite hands down is the track “The Hurricane” that just happened to premiere on Sleaze Roxx last week! The song starts off with a very ’70s sounding guitar riff before some almost punk like vocals meet the listener and the song is off. Although I definitely enjoy “The Hurricane”, I would like it even better if the guitars sounded a little cleaner. Next up is the title track “This High” which is more of a punk Sum 41 type track. I don’t mind Sum 41 but none of their albums grace my record collection so it’s not exactly the type of music that I gravitate to.”
Sleaze Roxx‘s other review for This High states: “The This High EP is a difficult one to review, because there are only three tracks on it. All three songs follow the same ’70s groove as Camp Rock. I hear significant influences from The Stooges, T-Rex, and even the Sex Pistols. Razorbats have modernized the pre-punk sound in a way that Green Day or Blink 182 did with their version of pop-punk. Particularly, the song “This High” floats between the two eras with interesting results.”
Razorbats‘ “This High” video:
Title track from the “This High” EP. Released 2016 through Self Destructo Records. iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/no/album/this-high-single/id1122046828?l=nb Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/0qm3ygti0UGVhTSfGUmHKp