Danish rock and roll outfit, Supercharger, shouts "That's How We Roll" to the world as a follow-up to their debut, "Handgrenade Blues", which was released a year earlier. Surpassing, or at least matching, the quality of that debut is the challenge they have to tackle and though they managed to raise the lever of maturity, the strength of songwriting is somewhat slightly sloppy compared to the prior.
Supercharger apparently tries to diversify the style and that's a good thing of this album. You can crank some heavy metal pieces with "Rise And Fall" and "That's How I Roll", dirty gritty in-your-face hard rock with "Heart On Overdrive" and "Rulers of The Day", the midtempo commercial-driven tunes with "Redemption Song" and "Aim High", or even the country-flavor / southern blues with "Mrs. Ferguson" or "Sunrise Over Reeperbahn".
The problem is that not all songs are really up the level that I expect, I can spot couple of passable fillers, couple of other stranded with less-catchy riffs, but I need to admit that I'm totally sold with tracks like "Rise And Fall", "Are You Satisfied?", “Aim High”, or "Redemption Song". The vocal is harsh and raunchy, the rhythm is tight, and the harmonica and hammond insertion is a unique touch, but the lack of lengthy and memorable guitar solos is another weak factor I need to point out.
"That's How We Roll" is kinda mix of the sleazy side of Buckcherry, the southern soul of Black Crowes, and the uptempo roar of British heavy metal, so if you dig those bands, chances you'll find this one enjoyable as well. Great stuff!