The band sound angry, obnoxious and aggressive. I can remember when ‘Appetite For Destruction’ was released; the kids were drawn to its attitude like a moth to a flame and their parents were scared shitless for fear their children would be corrupted. I get the same feeling from this release. Lock up your kids, because Hell’s Addiction have arrived.
– POWERPLAY [8/10]
HELL’S ADDICTION ARE GODDAMN AMAZING… ONE HELL OF AN ALBUM!
This band is brilliant and I will openly admit that I was really surprised how good this album is, ‘Hell’s Addiction’ instantly made an impression on me because when I started listening to this album these guys reminded me of one of the best rock bands that I think everyone has heard of and that band of which they reminded me of is none other than the great ‘AC/DC’
– ALLHEAVYMETAL.NET [10/10]
THIS IS AGGRESSIVE MUSIC, NOT FOR THE FAINT HEARTED
Based in Leicester, UK, this killer hard rock band pays honest homage to their 70’s and 80’s heroes while carving out their own niche within the genre. Ben Sargent sings with a raw, honest, rough and high pitched voice reminiscent of Brian Johnson of AC/DC, Zack De La Rocha and Jack White. He has quite a range. No note seems too high for him.
– 365 RADIO NETWORK [5/5]
HELL’S ADDICTION ARE GOOD OLD GRITTY HARD ROCK TO GET THE PARTY STARTED
It’s like a good beer with plenty of body and leaves a pleasant after taste leaving you wanting more! Well I couldn’t resist the foodie analogy! The saying goes ‘If it ain’t broke don’t fix it‘ and whilst this little gem may be Broken it doesn’t need fixing! The band have a wide range of influences and styles which meld together to make some addictive listening! Hell’s Addiction? I’m addicted already!
– PLANETMOSH [5/5]
HELL’S ADDICTION: BALLSY AND FULL OF ATTITUDE… A REAL KICK IN THE GUTS
Ballsy and full of attitude, the bands influences’ never threaten to overtake their own style of punchy rawk noise that’s a real kick in the guts. The band have built on the potential of their debut and are clearly bound for great things.
– TBFM MAGAZINE [9/10]
HIGH OCTANE DIRTY ROCK ANTHEMS-IN-WAITING
There’s a definite GN’R influence here, a sizeable hit of prime Skid Row too, but I can’t help but be reminded over this thumping second album’s tracklisting of cocksure AC/DC-influenced bands ripping their way across stages over a quarter of a century ago: think Dangerous Toys, Johnny Crash, Jackyl even.
HELL’S ADDICTION ISSUE A RAW, GUT-PUNCHING, RIPPING AND ROARING RELEASE
‘Broken’ builds on and strengthens the band’s early sound, delivering 10 top-notch tracks. Ben Sargent’s voice is gritty and strong (at times a hard-rocking demon-scream), the two guitars rage and rumble, and the rhythm section is brutally, punishingly strong.
HELL’S ADDICTION – ONE OF THE BEST RELEASES OF THIS YEAR
Hell’s Addiction have produced a 10 track masterpiece in “Broken”. It will ring your bell, clean your clock, and knock you for six. If you are reading this and still wondering, “Should I buy this album?” WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU? If I could, I would give you a money back guarantee, and expect no returns. I can say no more than just buy it, fuckers… it is immense!