I am going to give a quick review of the latest from Beartooth. I'll start off by saying that I'm a fan of Beartooth. I thought their album Disgusting was a jolt of energy the rock world needed. I played Beaten In Lips on Over the Edge for at least six months before it gained regular AirPlay on the Razor. I had high hope for the new album. They weren't totally met though. With the album Aggressive, the spirit is there, but the production is slick, which takes away the raw nerve emotion of frontman Caleb Shomo. Disgusting took you on a ride through the depths he was going through. This album is good, but does not pack as much of a wallop as their debut. These songs will do great at radio though. Some angst with catchy, singable lyrics=radio success. I still like it, but I like Digusting more!
Razor 94.7, The Cutting Edge of Rock, is an employee-owned radio station serving northeastern Wisconsin. The Razor has been asking its audience to "Shut Up and Rock" with the likes of Metallica, Foo Fighters, Avenged Sevenfold, Shinedown, Halestorm, Korn, and Stone Sour since February 2000. In addition to strong, local personalities all day, Razor also boasts The Free Beer and Hot Wings Morning Show, and the legendary Lou Brutus hosting HardDrive XL every weeknight.
Razor 94.7 is a two-time winner of the award for Small Market Radio Station of the Year at the national Radiocontraband Rock Radio Awards, as well as winner for 2015 Program Director of the Year and 2016 Music Director of the Year. Razor is also home of the nationally syndicated, Cutting Edge Countdown which highlights the biggest rock songs in the country every week, and Razor Underground which shines the spotlight on up-and-coming and independent bands from around the country.