(In the Red Records)
Puerto Rican rockers from several bands of the underground Boricua rock scene come together under the name of Davila 666 on this new recording. Singer Charles Davila was sick of the same old music and called on bassist A.J. Davila in the summer of 2005 to work on some simple and raw rock scores with spontaneous melodies and complete freedom of expression. After gathering a few other rockeros and music junkies from the local scene, ideas started brewing amid a concoction of sounds borrowed from the likes of the Rolling Stones, Iggy, Otis, Dolls, Spector, and Dead Boys, supplemented by...