Kings Of Leon Mechanical Bull

September 25, 2013 by  

Kings Of Leon Mechanical Bull, Ten years of production and tours have given the band time to evolve as artists — to hone in on their Southern rock prowess — which the album, out Sept. 24 via RCA Records, dutifully reflects.
Critics have evolved with the band and their enthusiasm for the release of Mechanical Bull is apparent:

Billboard’s Ray Waddell calls the record “powerful” and “diverse.” With respect to the classic, KOL elements, Waddell explains how the album showcases the band’s “turn-on-a-dime tempo changes, mysterious, atmospheric ballads and ringing, hard-charging rockers.”

“The Kings fold low-down, raucous moments into what’s become their trademark sonic and emotional expansiveness,” The Rolling Stone’s Jon Dolan writes. But even after the release of this sixth album, the band does not disappoint. “It’s loose and down-to-earth; you can imagine them basing it out in a shed, albeit a very large one.”

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