New Lionize Single & Album
2013-12-27 by Finbar | 18 Comments

Washington DC hard rock/funk/reggae outfit Lionize have unveiled the first single from their new album Jetpack Soundtrack which is to be released 18th February.

The song is entitled Reality Check and can be streamed on Soundcloud here: https://soundcloud.com/lionizemusic/reality-check.

The band are also on tour: http://lionizemusic.com/home.php/tour/.

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BeneaththeDarkOcean
December 27th 2013

407 Comments


Where's Lioness? He should be all over this.

Azn.
December 27th 2013

5604 Comments


fuck this name already exists for a musical project

Mad.
December 27th 2013

3669 Comments


Preee cool song, not as good as most of Superczar but I'm still hopeful for this album, might not be as good though.

Digging: Anubis - Hitchhiking to Byzantium

WatchItExplode
December 27th 2013

3219 Comments


Pretty solid band, thanks Greg.

Mad.
December 27th 2013

3669 Comments


thanks Greg [2]

greg84
Staff Reviewer
December 27th 2013

7346 Comments


You're welcome, guys.

Ace tune! These guys have a history of releasing their simplest, most straightforward tracks as singles. This is one of them. I wasn't impressed at first, but it's massively growing on me.

Digging: Kimbra - The Golden Echo

Mad.
December 27th 2013

3669 Comments


What do you think about this being their best record yet? I'm thinking it could be if it has more variation than Superczar, which was pretty awesome anyway (might have to up to a 4.5)

greg84
Staff Reviewer
December 27th 2013

7346 Comments


I doubt it'll top Superczar, but who knows? Let's wait and see. I believe in these guys.

SpeachImpediment
December 28th 2013

94 Comments


Well, sure sounds like all the time they've spent around Clutch lately has influenced their sound quite a bit

greg84
Staff Reviewer
December 28th 2013

7346 Comments


True. Their early stuff sounds nothing like Clutch. I still think they have this dark reggae/dub influence going on that distinguishes them. Plus, the songs on Superczar were all crazy good.

Mad.
December 28th 2013

3669 Comments


Space Pope is certainly nothing like Clutch, but an awesome record. Haven't heard their debut or the EP though

greg84
Staff Reviewer
January 9th 2014

7346 Comments


New lyric video:

http://youtu.be/41vsZZJBC74

Mad.
January 9th 2014

3669 Comments


Are you gon review this Greg?

greg84
Staff Reviewer
January 9th 2014

7346 Comments


Yes... because I don't suspect any other staffer will.

Mad.
January 9th 2014

3669 Comments


Awesome, look forward to it and of course the album

greg84
Staff Reviewer
January 15th 2014

7346 Comments


As predicted, the album's great. I've just got the promo link.

Mad.
January 16th 2014

3669 Comments


Hell yes. I'm thinking of pre-ordering the CD

Emim
January 16th 2014

26581 Comments


Should be pretty good



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