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  • 6.8/10
    SMOKING SNAKES - Danger Zone - 6.8/10


Label: Frontiers Music s.r.l.
Release date: February 9, 2024

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Smoking Snakes seem to thrive on the edge, harnessing the raw energy of Rock to craft music that’s as invigorating as it is untamed. With their latest release, Danger Zone, the band propels listeners into a whirlwind of adrenaline-pumping anthems and introspective ballads, solidifying their status as one of today’s most compelling Rock acts.

From the moment the opening track, “Angels Calling,” blazes to life, it’s evident that Smoking Snakes are fully committed to delivering a powerhouse performance. The driving rhythms and electrifying guitar riffs set the stage for what’s to come, drawing listeners deeper into the album’s fervent embrace.

Straight To The Point Music

Danger Zone takes listeners on a journey through a musical landscape that’s as diverse as it is captivating. Tracks like “Run For Your Life” and “Restless & Wild” exude a fiery intensity, with gritty vocals and relentless shredding on the guitar that leave an indelible mark. Each chord struck and each lyric sung resonates with a palpable sense of urgency, igniting a fire within the listener’s soul.

One of the standout tracks on Danger Zone is undoubtedly “Rocking to the Morning Light” and “Sole Survivors.” With their anthemic chorus and infectious energy, they are songs that I’m sure will be amazing if you’re lucky to hear them live, as the crowd chants along with every word. It’s a testament to Smoking Snakes’ ability to craft music that not only resonates with listeners on a personal level but also ignites a collective passion that transcends the boundaries of the stage.

Throughout Danger Zone, Smoking Snakes exhibit a mastery of their craft that’s impossible to ignore. Whether they’re delivering blistering guitar solos or crafting intricate harmonies, each member of the band contributes to a sound that’s unmistakably their own. The production is crisp and polished, allowing every nuance of the music to shine through without sacrificing any of its raw energy.

In an era where Rock music often feels formulaic and uninspired, Smoking Snakes breathed new life into the genre with Danger Zone. Their willingness to push boundaries and defy expectations results in an album that’s as refreshing as it is exhilarating. Each listen reveals new layers of complexity and nuance, ensuring that Danger Zone is an album that will stand the test of time.


As the final notes of “Rocking to the Morning Light” fade into the ether, it’s clear that Smoking Snakes have crafted something truly special with Danger Zone. It’s an album that captures the essence of rock ‘n’ roll at its finest, offering a thrilling ride through music’s wild terrain that’s not to be missed. So buckle up, crank up the volume, and prepare to venture into the Danger Zone with Smoking Snakes.

Band Members

Brett Martin – lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Andy Delarge – bass, backing vocals
Stan Ricci – drums, backing vocals
Leo Razor – lead guitar, backing vocals


  1. Angels Calling
  2. Sole Survivors
  3. Run For Your Life
  4. Lady Lucky
  5. Excited
  6. Restless And Wild
  7. Sorrow, Death And Pain
  8. There Is No Tomorrow
  9. Who Am I
  10. We Are Alive
  11. Rocking To The Morning Light


  • Jon Harvey

    Jon is a reviewer at Metal Express Radio and is currently living in Wisconsin, USA. The first thing that made Jon fall in love with Metal goes all the way back to the glory days of MTV actually playing music. Alice in Chains, "Man in the Box" came on and the channel was automatically banned by family. It sparked a curiosity for the music instead of turning him away from it. Things only progressed from there. Suicidal Tendencies, Slayer, Metallica, Megadeth, all the heavier stuff from the late '80s and early '90s were always in rotation. Aside from loving all things Metal, Jon also runs a skateshop in his hometown and is trying to get the scene stronger than ever.

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