IF you like your rock no nonsense, stuffed with huge riffs and even bigger choruses, then this debut by Voodoo Vegas is for you.

Produced by Pedro Ferreira, who worked with The Darkness on their breakthrough album Permission To Land, the Bournemouth quintet take a 'go big or go home' approach when it comes to rocking out.

King Without A Crown sees vocalist Lawrence Case exercise his vocal chords in fine fashion and boasts some seriously scorching guitar solos.

“I’m not your martyr; it’s not what you like. It’s not my problem, stop wasting my time”, Case emphatically declares on the equally punchy No More, while What I Pay shows a different side to the band as they take a bluesy and stripped-back approach before cranking it back on the fast and furious Mary Jane.

Cohesive, exuberant and well-crafted, The Rise of Jimmy Silver is set to take Voodoo Vegas to new heights.