"With the vocals of Rob Halford and the moves of Freddy Mercury, I was transfixed... Hell’s Gazelles emerged as a veritable powerhouse and gave an outstanding, tight, kickass performance."- Manchester Rocks (live review)
"Hell's Gazelles and their energetic frontman, Cole Bryant, really rocked the room. He’s like an energiser bunny and just keeps going whilst keeping the melody and hardness in the vocal without wavering. Smashing the riffs and blasting the eardrums with cracking skin smashing, it was a strong set. A GREAT band." - Down The Front Media (live review)
"Phenomenally energetic and diverse Hard Rock... If these guys are the future of Rock, then Rock has a dazzlingly bright future ahead as Hell’s Gazelles are a sight to behold." - AC Rock Reviews (live review)
"Stage presence, charisma, good songs, great riffs, quality musicianship. Many upcoming young bands have some of these elements. Few have them all. But Hell’s Gazelles had absolutely everything – in spades." - Get Ready To Rock (live review)
"This is a rather wonderful first release by a young band who manage to take an old genre and make it fresh and alive again." - Planet Mosh
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- HELL'S GAZELLES NEW EP 'TAKE YOUR MEDICINE' RELEASED 27TH JULY 2018.
Live dates confirmed!
UK hard rock four piece Hell's Gazelles deliver on the promise shown on their self titled debut and are preparing to release their brand new ep 'Take Your Medicine' this July.
Recorded and produced by Chris D'Adda (Wayward Sons, Toseland) at Vale Studios and mixed / mastered by Neil Kennedy(Creeper, Milk Teeth) at The Ranch Production House, 'Take Your Medicine' features five high-energy slabs of modern hard rock goodness tinged with metal influences! Hell's Gazelles have been making a name for themselves on the live circuit supporting the likes of Black Moth, The Treatment plus playing Bloodstock Open Air, HRH Roadtrip and more with their own brand of big hooks, bulldozer riffs and soaring vocal acrobatics courtesy of enigmatic frontman Cole Bryant. The new five track offering is set to heighten this young band's profile and strengthen them as a British rock group to must see!
Hailing from Oxford, ("It's more than just a university city; musically it has an extremely varied scene, with Rockers, Punks, Metalheads and even Blues fans all making up a rich and diverse undercurrent of alternative music", says frontman Bryant), Hell's Gazelles sonic delivery on the new ep will satisfy fans of classic rock/metal music with an edge , whilst the band hungrily continue to evolve.
"As musicians we made a point to embrace our modern heroes, not just those of days past, and we think the new ep is better for it. It all boils down to one simple thing: we're always looking at how we can craft the best songs possible. With 'Take You're Medicine' we’ve lost nothing in the transition since the release of our debut, we're four guys who love Rock music and are always looking to invite mass hysteria whether possible. Come join us!" - Hell's Gazelles.
To celebrate the EP launch Hell's Gazelles will play a special hometown show at The Bullingdon, Oxford on Friday 20th July. Herman Terrance Aubrey Boyce (better known as 'Boycie' from popular classic sitcom 'Only Fools And Horses', played by actor John Challis) had this to say about the event and new ep: https://youtu.be/U4hHLAryMUw
Frontman Cole Bryant talks about the new songs on the ep: "Much of the record deals with mental health, faith, faithlessness, and disillusionment, both in politics, and in our own personal experience of life. A lot of people feel disillusioned right now, I wanted to tap into that. With almost any Hell’s Gazelles lyric I’m generally making at least two points at the same time, so you have to read between the lines."
Encapsulating the energised, thought provoking and wild delivery of 'Take Your Medicine'; the EP artwork (by Very Metal Art) features the maniacal scientist 'Dr. Strangechild'.
Hell's Gazelles new ep 'Take Your Medicine' is out 27th July 2018.
Hell's Gazelles live:
19 May - ROYSTON, Melbourn Rock Club
26 May - LECHLADE, Music Festival
7 Jul - SWANSEA, Seven Sins Festival (w/ SKAM, Those Damn Crows and more)
8 July - QUARRYDOWNS, Amplified Festival (w/ Therapy, Xentrix and more) 20th July - OXFORD, The Bullingdon (EP launch show)