Thu 01 Jan 1970
If Robert Plant and Jimi Hendrix made love to the sounds of Audioslave, theyd probably sound similar to the likes of Tracer. Based in Adelaide, South Australia, the trio embodies a sonic sledgehammer sound steeped in epic guitars, clever hooks and raw, uncompromising vocals. Tracers unique blend of 90’s stoner and 70’s classic rock is winning them over new fans, and landed them with an international record deal.
‘Australian rockers, Tracer, mix musical styles including retro hard rock, thick stoner grooves and even a sprinkling of southern rock to create this impressive debut, and some comparisons that come to mind include Led Zeppelin, Queens of the Stone Age and Velvet Revolver.’
8/10 CLASSIC ROCK MAGAZINE
‘There seems a big buzz surrounding this band. Theyve got a retro seventies and contemporary sound with plenty of riffs, bags of confidence and a strong set of songs, all produced with vitality and clarity.’
‘Tracer utilise the elements of guitar, bass and drums to fuel a freight train of sound that recalls grunge giants such as Soundgarden, Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin.’
‘Tracer have this incredible knack of morphing the blues into high voltage rocknroll.’
CLASSIC ROCK MAGAZINE