To be honest, I didn’t know that Bulletboys were still alive. The question is, is there anyone left out there who actually know who Bulletboys are? For people my age that was around back in the early 90’s and watched Headbanger’s Ball constantly probably knows. But then again, how many actually care? Because in 2015, only lead singer Marq Torien and the name is left and to still call the band Bulletboys feels like an act of desperation. Another question is, will this band actually get to sell more copies of this album or get booked to more festivals or gigs if they use the Bulletboys moniker instead of, say, just Torien? I guess we’ll never know the answer to that, but I’m sceptical. It could actually be the other way around. Bulletboys rose from the ashes of Melodic Rock band King Kobra, formed by drummer Carmine Appice back in 1984, when he handpicked guitarists Mick Sweda and David Michael Philips, bass player Johnny Rod (later in W.A.S.P.) and lead vocalist Mark Free (now named Marcie and fronting AOR band Unruly Child).