The era of guitar heroes may seem like a bygone relic, but fear not, for Jeff Kollnot emerges as a beacon of virtuosity with his scorching solo on “Mankinds” by Kaptain Kollnot. Not content with just shredding on the guitar, Kollnot also lays down the bass lines with finesse, while Stu Block’s vocals soar to stratospheric heights and Eric Landon’s drumming displays sheer technical talent. 

“Mankinds” is a sonic whirlwind, delivering an adrenaline-fueled assault that harks back to a time when intensity reigned supreme. In an age where such fervor is increasingly rare, this track demands to be cranked up to maximum volume, beckoning listeners to surrender to its relentless energy. 

While not fitting neatly into the pop category, the song boasts a hook that possesses an undeniable allure, ripe for stadium sing-alongs. As speculation looms regarding a potential album release, one can’t help but wonder if Kollnot’s brand of sonic mayhem might prove too overwhelming for some within the genre’s confines. 

Yet, for those willing to embrace the chaos, anticipation runs high for what promises to be a thrilling release. With “Mankinds,” Jeff Kollnot affirms his status as a force to be reckoned with in the realm of guitar virtuosity, offering a tantalizing glimpse into what the future may hold.