Disquera: Purple Pyramid Records
After four decades, the 61-year-old Canadian boogie-metal virtuoso still makes thick-grooving, dirty-toned, songful-not-clinical guitar-hero rock even guitar-hero skeptics can get off on. Metal kids reaffirming '70s roots could learn from the Thin Lizzy-ish opener "I Always Run" or doomed "Hellbound Train," which swings its tonnage like stoner rockers half his age can't. There's a depressive air to a lot of it. But when Travers flees city grime in "Searching for a Clue" and searches for clues in the battering "Mystery at the Wrecking Yard," he smokes too warm to seem stodgy.
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