This I believe is the third time I’ve covered Jane N’ The Jungle, and they have yet to disappoint. What can I say? Their musical stylings has me hook, line, and sinker. This banger of track was inspired in part by the tragic passing of metal legend Joey Jordison of the band Slipknot. It is Jane N’ The Jungle’s ode to rock & roll and it’s aesthetic. They say The Metal Ghost is essentially in all of us and wanting to be set free.
Having covered this band before I had an inkling of what I was in store for. Woo baby, one Jane N’ The Jungle never fails to amaze, and secondly with each track you hear their exponential growth as a band and that instills confidence in the listener as they feel they are growing with the band. To grow lyrically and cover a heavier topic such as this is a testament to that growth. You can hear Jordan White’s vocal range soaring past where it’s been prior. She has firmly established herself as a solid frontwoman and a force to be reckoned with.
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She is the epitome of metal, and it shows with this track. You sense her attitude is part piss & vinegar and part warranted cockiness. The masterful structure of ‘Metal Ghost’ is mesmerizing. It’s got the perfect ingredients of Jordan’s epic voice, the driving guitar riffs provided by Brian Bellis and the booming bass provided by Big D. This band just gets it. They know how to captivate an audience with their emphatic play and presence, while engaging them with their riveting subject matter. I for one am here for anything new from this hard as hell band.