December 17, 2009
By The Atomic Chaser
This album takes me back to the good ol' days but with a modern kick that cannot be denied. ElDorado's self-titled debut is simply impressive, I mean what else can I say? These boys serve up the rock, hard and heavy. "The New Age Of Classic Rock". Eldorado is powered by Jesus Trujillo on vocals, Nano on guitars, Cesar Sanchez on bass and Javi Planelles on drums.
In my opinion, ElDorado are one of the best new modern hard rock bands out there today. This is as good a new band as I've heard in a long time. They seem to really enjoy their musical direction and are not trying to be a MTV type band. These gentlemen are saving Rock N' Roll and I salute them for that. If you enjoy a good Rock band when you hear it you will not be disappointed. From the moment tracks like, "The House Of The 7 Smokestacks" fires out of your speakers, "Falling Falling" and "Pornstar", it is obvious the listening experience that awaits you is going to be mind-blowing! The boys also serve up a hot and nasty take on the Ashford and Simpson penned classic, "I Don't Need No Doctor". This release is a throwback album to a time when rock & roll was a lot less complicated and a lot more fun. This is just an all-around enjoyable "turn it on, turn it up, grab another beer, dance if you feel like it" rock album. Eldorado are one of the best new hard rock bands out there today. This is as good a new band as I've heard in a long time. Believe it or not, 2009 is a great time to be an old school rock fan, BIG THANKS to bands like Eldorado. These boys, aren't afraid to buck trends and bring back the ROCK!