Album Review: The Duke Spirit
    • TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2012

    • Posted by: Carianne Hixson

    Even with the depature of guitarist Dan Higgins, The Duke Spirit continues to exemplify what rock n' roll is, bringing music back to its roots while lightly seasoning tracks with new-age, psychedelic undertones. Although their fan's loyalty and commitment to the rock genre is prevalent by sticking with the somewhat gothic, fully punk sound they started with in 2005 (on their debut album Cuts Across The Land), it seems they can't submit themselves to the popular changes that are taking place in music today. They may be caught in the crossfire of trying be what they were and attempting to be what they're supposed to be-- the lack of inclination to either shows on Bruiser.

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