OVERDRIVERS – She’s On Her Period

OVERDRIVERS - She's On Her Period
  • 6/10
    Overdrivers - She's On Her Period - 6/10


Dooweet Agency
Release date: September 28, 2018

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Have you ever wondered what AC/DC would sound like if you substituted a vocalist who is a cross between Jesse James Dupree of Jackyl and Steve Whiteman of Kix, added a French accent and then replaced all the nitrogen in the air with helium? No? Me neither. However, that’s pretty much what French Hard Rockers Overdrivers sound like. Don’t despair though, after a period of adjustment which includes surrendering any notion of comprehending what is being sung, you can grow to appreciate their sophomore release She’s On Her Period.

Yes, that’s the album title and yes, there is a title track. Along with other bafflingly coarse titles such as “The Best Blowjob In History” and “Show Your Boobies”. Fortunately, once the simple riffs and lock step rhythm section get rolling you’ll forget all about the song titles. Songs such as “Hellhounds” and “Ride The Rockin’ Horse” have the infectious swagger and groove that hook a listener with ease.

Overdrivers describe their sound as authentic Hard Rock and profess a love for the simplicity of Australian Rock. They further explain that “with a rhythm guitarist who plays just 5 chords and a bassist who can only play just ‘Mi’ or ‘La’, it’s hard to make any form of complicated music!” Simplicity abounds on She’s On Her Period. Once you get past the squeaky and incomprehensible vocals, it’s also an enjoyable album. Crack a Foster’s and enjoy.


TRACKLIST (Highlights: 1, 2, 5, 8, 9, 10)

  1. The Best Blowjob In History
  2. Hellhounds
  3. Show Your Boobies
  4. Mister Moo
  5. She’s On Her Period
  6. Bottom’s Up
  7. King Arthur
  8. High Mountains
  9. Get Out With Your Bigfoot
  10. Ride The Rockin’ Horse


Adrien Desquirez vocals/rhythm guitar
Anthony Clay lead guitar/backing vocals
Sebastien Lorquet Bass/backing vocals
Florian Morgano drums


  • Zac Halter

    Zac was a reviewer here at Metal Express Radio, hailing from Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. His interest in heavy music began in the 70s with his father’s Johnny Cash albums. After cousins introduced him to Steppenwolf, Bachman-Turner Overdrive, KISS, Black Sabbath and Deep Purple, Johnny Cash didn’t stand a chance. The 80s were spent in full pursuit of everything Metal: searching for new music at record stores, listening to albums, studying the covers and sleeves, and attending concerts. In the 90s, he preferred Death Metal over Grunge and hosted the Death Metal Juggernaut on WUPX in Marquette, Michigan. It was advertised as the only prime time Death Metal radio show in the country.

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