Black Stone Cherry: Between The Devil & The Deep Blue Sea Giorgio Mustica June 1, 2011 Albums Straight out of Edmonton, KY, is the rock band Black Stone Cherry. They released albums in 2006 and 2008, and their new album, Between The Devil & The Deep Blue Sea, is out this week. The disc’s name is basically a metaphor for being stuck between a rock and a hard place. The first track, “White Trash Millionaire,” is the first single off the album, and rightfully so. It is a pretty badass song, containing a solid chorus and an impressive, lengthy guitar solo. “Killing Floor” has a rock and roll theme, and it’s a very exciting song. It wouldn’t surprise me if becomes the second single off the disc. Fathers with daughters will experience some deep emotions while listening to “Such A Shame.” Doing what you want to do and not letting anything get in your way to becoming successful is described on “Like I Roll.” Some other songs worth mentioning are “In My Blood” and the violent “Change.” On the whole, the album is a bit harder than their previous, Folklore And Superstition, but not by much. That said, this CD shocked me. It was very satisfying to listen to and I think it will launch them to them to the next level. In A Word: Awesome Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.