Can I get a hell yeah?
Can I get a good Lord?
Lets Rock n' Roll is the debut effort by Baltimore's Charm City Devils (Eleven Seven). Discovered and groomed by Nikki Sixx, Charm City Devils have a straight ahead rock sound with a Glam vibe.
Yeah, they kind of rule.
You probably already know the song "Let's Rock n' Roll (Endless Road)." The song was used in the promo videos for Crue Fest last year and is the first single from the album of the same name.
There are a lot of really great songs on Lets Rock n' Roll and my favorite - by far - is "True Love (Hell Yeah)." Talk about a party anthem with a chorus that just gets stuck in your head. It's impossible to not sing along with "Hell Yeah" - it's just that good.
I'm also digging "Best of the Worst" and "Money." Both are gritty rockers. No, the guys in Charm City Devils are not reinventing rock here, but that's not what they've set out to do. Lets Rock n' Roll is a party album - built for summer, made for fun.
You can celebrate the band's new album tonight in Baltimore at The Quarter. The album release party is also being dubbed as the official M3 warm-up gig. I'll be there.