2012 album from the all girl teen Alt-Rock band. Having already played major summer festivals across Europe and Australia, and garnered the glowing endorsements of Foo Fighters, Smashing Pumpkins (with whom they toured) and ex-Hole drummer Samantha Maloney, Cherri Bomb are poised to win the hearts and clenched teeth of fans of all ages who cherish melodic hard rock with plenty of kick. Based on just their 2011 five-song EP Stark, which included the ripping album track "Let it Go," and their roof-rattling live show, Revolver called Cherri Bomb "rollicking Runaway rock and roll - like the Pretty Reckless' Taylor Momsen hijacking the Foo Fighters," and the British rock weekly Kerrang! ranked them one of the "10 New Bands You Need To See," adding that Cherri Bomb "prove very loudly that you're never too young to pick up a guitar and thrash out!" This is the End of Control was produced by Red Decibel and Bobby Huff and mixed by Chris Lord-Alge ("Let It Go" mixed by Neal Avron).