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Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2007 | SELF

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2007
Band Rock Hard Rock




"Album Review"

Bands that just release their EP as full album is dead normal today. Similarly, this hard rock band. This 8-tracker is simply delicious. Typical no-nonsense hard rock record with a rock and roll vibe to it.

The album begins with the track "Flip the Switch". A pleasant male voice begins to sing after a short intro. It's almost like Matchbox Twenty meets Volbeat. Just fine simple sing-along lyrics with a hard rock rhythm.
An example of a festival band that can be used everywhere.
Title track from the album "Mrs. Saturday Night "is an instant party built. A small 3.5min take most of the tracks on the album and is a good length. The cowbell should also not be missed and is a nice addition. Suddenly I think of Hangover Hero who also made his fine rock plates.

Third track is again a sing-along. "Let It Out" by rocking good and has a nice sing-along chorus. The band from the states put this record down a fine product.
"Down" sounds heavier and is sharper guitar work harder and a great bass line one of the better songs.

"Speak Up" follows as the fifth number. The drummer is kicking butt and nice ticking by. The guitar work on the album is not brilliant but nice. Nothing special really but fine for this band.
The sixth song "Partner in Crime" is one of the longest tracks and rocks by nice in the chorus but hard for me even a little harder liked.

With "Otherside" we are nearing the end of the album. The return of this band in the music industry is fortunate. They may add little news but are doing well. Also, this track seems a bit softer but no less so.
"Shakedown" the closing of the plate and hits a lot harder. Good to hear. The band would have to take a tour through the Netherlands. With the two other bands it can be a nice combination.

All in all a great hard rock album that will please many. The album is now available through iTunes - Sharik “MCSharQ”

"Album Review"

Signalfire – Mrs. Saturday Night

Let the Mrs. entertain you this Saturday Night. Fire breathing love axes gouge out chunks of heat rising up from the wifes pit of desire, sold off to the God of Thunder`s Detroit Rock City smoke Kissed stage Destroyer -

"Show Review"

Nothing but rave reviews for you guys!

You are welcome back anytime.

Let me know when you want to come back!

Bob - JBC Inc. Marketing/Entertainmnt/Booking


Still working on that hot first release.



Signalfire: noun. A distress signal from a person or parties indicating immediate help is required.

Back in 2009, the boys of Milwaukee rock band Signalfire called it quits. After a few years, rock devotees lit a signal fire of their own. It was a desperate cry for help from weary fans who'd only had generic rock music to satisfy their appetite for good tunes since the band packed it in. Their distress call couldn't be ignored any longer. In 2014, Signalfire reunited to answer their fans prayers for riffs, grooves, and tunes.

Role call. Andrew Ballard. Vox and Git. Wails melodies like he’s sinking to the bottom of Perdition. 
Brett Dumstrey. Bass. Distributor of infectious grooves.
AC. Drums. Beats the skins like they owe him money and lays down thundering beats.

2014 was a banner year for the rock and roll torchbearers. April saw them release their whiskey-fueled magnum opus, ‘Mrs. Saturday Night’, their first album as a trio. What’s it sound like? It’s the audio equivalent of your fifth shot and suddenly everyone at the bar is looking real good. They're jams that get under your fingernails and just won’t wash out. It’s good time music; melody and rhythm that transcends borders and cultures.

Receiving attention from the press for their standout single ‘Let It Out’, Signalfire were honored with a featured artist spot on Reverbnation for a week. Their new rock jams led them to a prime slot at the world’s largest music festival, Summerfest, in their hometown of Milwaukee. Not to deny other cities a taste of Mrs. Saturday Night live and in person, Signalfire then hit the road and shared the love with fans all over the Midwest before taking a victory lap around Milwaukee, culminating in a main stage opening slot for national touring act Tantric.

What’s 2015 hold for the boys of Signalfire? Some well-earned time off from the stage and the road? Nay. Keep your eyes and ears primed for a new EP, more shows, and just plain MORE. Signalfire will continue on and do the only thing they know how to do…rock.

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