Heaven & Earth: Dig review Mar04

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Heaven & Earth: Dig review

Dig

by Reggie Edwards

Heaven & Earth’s latest release, Dig, is bound to take you back in time to the golden age of classic rock- the 70’s. Even if you weren’t alive yet, if you turn on this album, you’re going to be taken on an exhilarating ride back in time- whether you like it or not.

Featuring special guests Howard Leese (Heart, Paul Rodgers), Richie Sambora (Bon Jovi) and David Paich (Toto), this is a special album, punching the listener in the gut with a rock sound that hasn’t been heard on a new record in quite some time. You can’t help but think of bands such as Bad Company, Deep Purple, Free and others when listening to Dig.

Just when you thought vintage classic rock was dead, Heaven & Earth bring it right back in front of you and make it clear they’re a strong force. This is an album that absolutely must be heard by any purist and old school rock fan.

With those piercing and psychedelically hypnotizing riffs, licks and solos, the calming and chilling vocals and more, Heaven & Earth are one of those bands that make you say “where has this been?”

Rating 9/10