The latest monster of rock, guitarist EH, While the rest of the world is preoccupied with recycled pop tunes and monotonous rock and roll reincarnations, this Baltimore behemoth is hoisting the weight of the world on his shoulders while creating some of the most inspired rock pieces in recent memory

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EH (JamSphere Magazine): “I Wanna Be With You” goes straight for the jugular with wild solos!

Posted By: Jacob Aiden Posted date: March 24, 2017 in: Reviews

The single “I Wanna Be With You” by EH, sees the artist playing a heavy Heart card with powerful female vocals all over the register and the Baltimore rocker’s gritty guitar backing up a chorus that is pure rock brilliance. Typically memorable and yet imbued with a panache that comes from the EH’s gritty determination to utilize his probable years of experience playing heavy rock, it takes the blueprint laid down by that and runs with it to go straight for the jugular with wild solos, layers of effects and the relentless percussion keeping the thing moving ever forward.

It’s a clear signal that EH is here to get your body moving whether you like it or not. The track is equally brash and colorful although with a blues edge hinted at on certain parts of the track. But ultimately it’s the sort of chorus that is painfully difficult to dislodge from the cranium whilst EH seems to have spent a fair bit of his time absorbing the atmosphere siphoned through the spirit of Eddie Van Halen and Joe Satriani’s playing.

“I Wanna Be With You” is a more mature effort than the artist has attempted previously – a contemplative song with the driving feel of eighties pop-rock, just a bit heavier, it is an unexpected diversion in the modern rock era that works thanks largely to the stunning Ann Wilson-type vocal delivery and the guitar shredding.

It’s classic rock with a massive grinding riff, massed vocal choruses and more soul than you can shake the proverbial stick at, and that’s without mentioning EH’s jaw-dropping shredding display on the bridge – check it out yourself, you’ll see what I mean.

“I Wanna Be With You” by EH is what can simply be termed great rock ‘n’ roll – free from any major label agenda or desperation to succeed. And it’s this whoop of joy, and confident, self-assured artist doing what he loves most in all the world and comfortable in the knowledge that he has absolutely nothing to prove to anyone.

“I Wanna Be With You” is a gloriously heavy-handed stomp worthy of its name with a grinding guitar riff and lock-tight rhythm section while the vocals pushes the song to the max. EH has proved once again that he has the fire and the fury to craft relevant, exciting and beautiful songs and the follow-up to this can’t come soon enough.

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http://jamsphere.com/reviews/eh-i-wanna-be-with-you-goes-straight-for-the-jugular-with-wild-solos

EH This is an over the top fantastic track. Heavy, yet you really get your point through.. Perfect mixing along with killer songwriting. This is one of those instrumentals that really pulls you in. Its not about the chops, which you guys have….its about a really awesome, slam the MP3 into your car and drive like a mofo kinda track. All I can say is smoking.”

Joe NYC Guitarist

“You Really Got Me” sounds awesome..I love his phrasing on the vocal…….fabulous instrumentally …awesome lead …10 thumbs up !!! brilliant !!!

Hillbilly Dix

With a gritty metal edge and plenty of classic influences, Rock It combines the tendencies of bands such as Heart with the bleak, dark heaviness of Black Sabbath. Grinding distortion, thunderous double bass drumming, and burly bass lines are all cemented together in near genius fashion for each song, as EH lays down searing guitar solos on top of the already solid foundation.

The final piece of the puzzle came in the form of Shawna Potter, another Baltimore native and legitimate veteran of the local music scene. Currently handling vocal duties for War On Women, the siren’s guest vocals are at the forefront throughout Rock It, as she adds a completely new dimension to EH’s record. Powerful, yet sultry singing elevates songs such as “Power Force” to soaring heights, where the brilliant arrangements and pumping guitar riffs can realize their maximum potential.

Rock It is just the first stepping stone for EH, as new music is contantly in the works. Stacks of material are locked away inside this musician’s vast mind, allowing him to produce a catalog deeper and more extensive than many could even dream of.

Nick Alfonse

So load up you ipod and play your CD and hit the road. This is great music to cruise and listen to!