SUiCiDE BOMBERS – All For The Candy

SUiCiDE BOMBERS - All For The Candy cover art
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Label: Suicide Records
Release date: February 2, 2024

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Norwegian Hard Rockers SUiCiDE BOMBERS have released their fifth release, All For The Candy on February 2, 2024. All For The Candy is released by the band’s label Suicide Records and is mixed by Trond Holter (Wig Wam) and mastered by Maria Maxwell. This sticky sweet opus promises to be sleazier than ever four years later since the band’s 2019 release, Murder Couture. All For The Candy as the title implies deals with all of the different types of ‘candy’ the band craves…SEX. DRUGS, & ROCK & ROLL!!!!.

SUiCiDE BOMBERS formed in 2008 from Oslo Norway with the current lineup since 2018. The band is led by the “The Sleaze Fuhrer”, Chris Damien Doll, Lead Guitarist “Sex Toy” Stevie Teaze, bassist “Thunder Mechanic” C. Slim, and “The Beat Commando” Lyle Starr on drums. SUiCiDE BOMBERS may have an image reckoning back to the glory days of Glam, but there are seriously good and sleazy playing and singing on this album.

SUiCiDE BOMBERS band photo.

All For The Candy

The album opens with a spoken word track of girls from all over the world speaking the album title in their native tongue. The onslaught follows with the lead single “Dynamite Playboys”, an up-tempo rocker with in your face guitars and attitude with Chris Damien Doll’s distinct gravel throated delivery with the right attitude for high intensity Hard Rock. Stevie Teaze delivers a banging solo with a strong support from the rhythm section of C. Slim and Lyle Starr. C. Slim and Starr lead off the track “Tonight Belongs to Us” with a killer bass lick and pounding drums that give the song an early L.A. Guns vibe as the song talks about a story of true love. “Out of Love” slows the pace to a mid-tempo rocker about a spectator to a heartbreak.

The total runtime of the album is forty six minutes over tracks ten tracks (excluding the intro and outro) averaging three and a half to four minutes a song. SUiCiDE BOMBERS slow up the pace with a near epic track over seven minutes long, “Where Time Always Goes”. This song features Geir Bratland (Dimmu Borgir, Apoptygma Berzerk) on piano and orchestration. The song highlights the ability of Chris to harmonize alongside the keys utilized in the song and Stevie’s guitar fills and solos throughout the song. Chris Doll’s best vocal performance come on the title track “All for the Candy” as the song is a another furious rocker where the vocals on the chorus are fast paced and flow well with music.

Final Thoughts

From start to finish, All For The Candy is a fist pumping, take no shit, & sleazy rocking adventure! Every musician in the band delivers an energetic performance with clear and balanced sound thanks to the near perfect mixing by Trond Holter. Every song has its own identity with no repetition and no sappy ballads. For fans of bands like Steel Panther, Faster Pussycat, L.A. Guns, Stargazer, or Crazy Lixx, you definitely will want to check out SUiCiDE BOMBERS sticky sweet offering All for the Candy.


  1. Intro: Candy Girls Worldwide
  2. Dynamite Playboys
  3. Take It Off
  4. Tonight Belongs To us
  5. Out Of Love
  6. You Better Believe It
  7. All For The Candy
  8. Caligulizer
  9. Videodrome 2049
  10. Last Call
  11. Where Time Always Goes
  12. Outro: …Fin De Cette Motherfucking Transmission

Album Lineup

Chris Damien Doll – The Sleaze Fuhrer (Lead Vocals & Rhythm Guitar)
Stevie Teaze – The Sex Toy (Lead Guitar & Backing Vocals)
C. Slim – The Thunder Mechanic (Bass & Backing Vocals)
Lyle Starr – The Beat Commando (Drums)


  • Mark Zagotti

    Mark is a reviewer for Metal Express Radio since 2022. He first discovered the power of Hard Rock in 1985 as a teen when he first listened to Twisted Sister's cassette Stay Hungry. In his teen years, Mark was introduced to bands such as Kiss, Metallica, and enjoying the time that Rock and Metal ruled MTV. His first Heavy Metal concert was Clash of the Titans in 1991, where he experienced the site of a SLAYER mosh pit for the first time. Ever since that moment he has been a METAL HEAD for life. Mark's musical tastes have expanded over the years enjoying music from bands ranging from Ghost, Amorphis, Paradise Lost, the Big 4, Behemoth, and just about everything in between.    

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