TYKETTO – ‘REACH’ ALBUM REVIEW

TYKETTO
‘Reach’
(Frontiers Music srl)

After five years of relentless touring that included playing on some of the most prestigious stages on the planet, Tyketto took their revitalized energy in to the studio in the spring of 2016. The result being their powerful latest release, Reach.

The sessions took place at the legendary Rockfield Studios in Wales (Queen, Rush, Oasis, etc).and this latest offering from Tyketto is rock solid front to back. There are some true epics on here and I have to salute Danny Vaughn for his remarkable efforts over the years. He is a powerful singer, is able to easily add a strong emotional touch with his voice, has power and melody, pitch perfect delivery, and with a subtle natural grit and on this release, he delivers the goods.

Stand out tracks for me are the title track, the adrenaline induced mover, “Big Money,” “Kick Like A Mule,” the Survivor tinged, “I Need It Now” and “Tearing Down The Sky“, which echoes the Don’t Come Easy era of the band. Overall, Reach is a well made album of melodic hard rock.

Tyketto continue to push forward amidst a music industry devoid of any substance whatsoever, providing hope for future generations that hear this music and decide that, while rap and pop songs might be really nice, this music just tears that music to shreds.

– Tony Sison

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