riffola

riffola

(ˌrɪˈfəʊlə)
n
1. (Jazz) informal the use of an abundance of dominant riffs
2. (Pop Music) informal the use of an abundance of dominant riffs
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In their own words "Just a bunch of women, screaming in a room" The music Monstrous riffola, mega basslines, indifferent, yet utterly rasping lyrics.
Crame, the weirdly rocking Twelve and the somber mood turns to rumble riffola of Afterglow.
Their teeth-rattling riffola certainly has its generic moments, but they incorporate everything from post-punk (the angular, grinding Can't Get Away ) to jazzy lounge music (on the misleadingly titled, 47-second-long Disco ).
ANTI-MORTEM: New Southern Oklahoma rockers give Metallica a run for their megabucks with relentless riffola that takes no prisoners.
Elsewhere, the title track has both refinement and heavy riffola as it tells a soldier's story in a letter home.
AS WELL as having a most amazingly preposterous name, IN A FURIOUS DEATHBED also lay down the area's scariest riffola.
Their solution was to mix the punk riffola of Motorhead, the druggy vision of Queens Of The Stone Age and the musical skills of the White Stripes with a homegrown social consciousness.
Melding Smiths-like melodicism with crunching riffola, 35 Seconds are a slightly confusing prospect.
And although Joe admits the band aren't as popular here as they are in the states, their first single from the album - Bludgeon Riffola - has hit the UK charts at number 23.
THINGS have been very quiet on the Bludgeon Riffola front of late, but Def Leppard bounce back on Monday with Now, their first single since 1999.
Requiem, in particular, bemoans young lives wasted in war, its subdued opening and military drums breaking into an unexpectedly loud blast of frantic rock and roll riffola.
Cormac Neeson has always had a touch of soul and subtlety surrounding his songwriting, though often it was buried amongst riffola and bravado across his work with Co Down rock legends The Answer.