What I hold in my hands is an excellent digiapck by a hard rock band from Australia. Everyone knows that hard rock and Australia is like hand and glove - an excellent combination that never fails. "Destroy She Said" is a five piece band from Melbourne that proves this statement once again. Their first full-length album called "Down To Dirty", which was released on the first of October 2012, consists of 10 tracks, and gives you that classic rock feeling from the first note you hear on it. Moreover - this feeling lasts all along the album.
The first thing besides a good sound (again I would use the word "classic" but classic in a modern way if you know what I mean) that you hear on that album is a very catchy vocal performance, which reminds me of Bon Scott and Steve Tyler. In my opinion vocal is an essential component of every song on this album. There are some cool riffs, melodic solos, and memorable harmonies on the album, but the compositions which these pieces build wouldn't sound interesting without this kind of vocal.
As for the music itself, these guys don't create anything new, so if you actually want to hear something new on this record, it's not for you. This album is for the people who just want to get their daily dose of an honest piece of rock'n'roll crafted in a nice, classic way (think of Electric Marry, Night Horse, AC/DC and maybe The Answer). "Down to Dirty" is just a collection of 10 songs about hot women (mostly about them), bad influence of church and other nasty things that will make your day if you like when rock music is served that way.
Buy their CDs (by the way it comes in a cool digipack with a pick!), support them on stage and don't forget that artists always rely on their fans.