High speed, pedal to the metal, and in your face could be three phrases to describe Oslo Norway’s “the Carburetors”. Five years after releasing their debut album “Pain Is Temporary Glory Is Forever” this five piece made up of Eddie Guz on vocals, guitarists Kai Kidd and Stian Krough, bassist King O’Men, and drummer Johnny Nitro, are starting to gain attention of music fans around the world and rightfully so with their brand of punk n’ roll that falls somewhere between Motorhead and Social Distortion while also taking influences from Judas Priest and Rose Tattoo. On their new release “Rock N’ Roll Forever” the guys proudly wear their influences on their sleeves with such tracks as “Terrified”, “Burnout”, “Buckle Up”, and “the Whole Town Is Shakin'” and definitely live up to all three descriptions I mentioned before. If you like your rock straight up and in your face with no flash or nonsense “the Carburetors” are custom made for you. Check them out at www.myspace.com/carburetors or www.thecarburetors.com you won’t be disappointed.