Cream Pie hooked up in 2005 somewhere in Italy playin' a hard rock, sleaze rock, street metal genre the way bands such as Guns N' Roses, Motley Crue, Skid Row & L.A. Guns used to hit the charts back in the days with a new fresh modern rock sound & brought the dangerous rock 'n' roll back to the people!
The band soon recorded a 4-songs demo called "Live Crime" in 2007 and in 2008 and 2009 they toured the Unites States supporting their full-lenght album "Dirty Job" (2008).
After playin' more than 200 gigs between Italy & Usa the band went back to the studio in 2010 to record a new EP "Unsigned 2.0" which it'll be finally released on june 20th 2013!
Meanwhile the band kept on tourin' and had the chance to share the stage with the legendary Vain and L.A. Guns.ROUGHEDGE.COM (USA) Italy's Cream Pie seem to have done enough to really earn some notice on this their debut album. Cream Pie obviously recognized the fact that genuine hooks and a solid rock backbone go a long ways. These guys dug their heels in deep and obviously practiced their chops enough to construct some head bobbing tunes. The sound is overall more of a mix between old and new as I hear acts like Motley Crue, Faster Pussycat and early LA Guns, but also there are glimpses of bands like Crashdiet and Vains of Jenna as well. If you listen hard enough, there is a slight punk rock edge lurking down underneath the surface on a few songs. The vocals are raw and maybe a little like Taime Down at times. Cream Pie are slightly heavier than a number of younger hard rock bands trying to put their feet in the door these days. The majority of the material plugs along with enough attitude. With "Dirty Job," Cream Pie have proven they can work up a collection of songs that identifies them as one of the better young hard rock bands of today. RATING: 3/4
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