Steve Sheppard of One World Music has written a fantastic review of the latest Tragik album! Some quotes:
- From the off we are gifted a superb rocking opener in the piece Where Would I Be, which has been likened to Foreigner and I can see why, but there is an extra level of raw power behind this song, the melodic quality of this piece is also well driven and very memorable.
- Fallen Angel is one of the most incredible songs in the hard rock genre I have heard for a while
- We now move to the piece called Feed My Soul. The pace of this track is ala Sammy Hagar mixed with a thudding Rhino Edwards (Status Quo bassist); the piano here is also a vital component in a really fine rock song, that at times floats into the territory of Cheap Trick. With great lyrics, a chorus that won’t go away, this is another totally sublime song from Phil Vincent’s Tragik, also listen to the guitar break at just over the half way mark, one word, awesome!
- One has to give a standing ovation to Phil Vincent for this album, Tragik as a band are quite liberating, they are melodic, but in no way could they ever be described as soft, they have power and intensity, but perform a perfectly balanced style of well-produced rock that still retains that raw edge that all good rock music must contain. In short if you have never heard of this band, you need to rectify that right now by buying this album, Come and Get It.