Whiskey, Blood & Napalm is the band’s second studio album and was released in 2009. The band include ten tracks on this album, one of which is a heavied-up cover of Kiss’s `Larger Than Life,’ which was one of the additional studio recordings at the end of their second live album Alive 2.
The tracks on Whiskey, Blood & Napalm are mostly direct and hard numbers that occupy that perfect sweet spot where rock becomes metal; the kind of songs that are both heavy and catchy but also fun and stompy, with both a clear Skynyrd/Zeppelin lineage and a more modern metallic edge.
Highlights include `Bring It Down’ and `Shakedown,’ both of which are great examples of the bands straight forward no nonsense rocking style, as well as the album closer ‘Comes Eternal Night’ which has a Zack Wylde era Ozzy Osbourne feel to it in parts.
Overall, this is a very strong and enjoyable album with good a number of bouncy and memorable songs. If you normally like this type of music (especially C.O.C), then this album is something you may seriously wish to consider trying out.