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The Honeys
Hot Day In Heaven (self-released)

By: Alex Steininger

Nine songs and twenty-three minutes of non-stop, female-fronted butt-rock, Ohio's The Honeys' debut, Hot Day In Heaven, is a burning collection of fiery, powerful, and drenched in guitar rock 'n' roll fun. Unlike the bands of the 80s who did this sound, The Honeys avoid all cheesy-ness, sticking to the powerful rock and avoiding any ballads or other cliches. So what you get here is sexy, stylish, and overwhelming rock music that just screams at you. However, The Honeys, who take the sound one step further by recalling 70s arena rock as well, also implement enough melody and hooks to get you singing along as you pump your fists and bob your head. This is classic arena rock, and thank goodness The Honeys are fighting hard to keep the sound alive. I'll give it an A-.
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