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Some Never Will
Released: 2008, Fiend Records
Reviewer: Celtic Bob
This is the sophomore release from these Hard Rockers out of London, Ontario. Since their debut in 2006 they have been nominated for 2 London music awards as well as being featured on many music shows and programs.
With this release the band has come more into their own and have a much more uniformed sound. While some of their influences can still be heard, the album is much more consistent. There is a bit more of a modern edge to the songs this time around and are more melodic. Jay’s vocals are very powerful and emotional than on the previous effort which was a decent disc in itself. At times you can almost compare him to the late Layne Stayley from Alice In Chains around the DIRT era, maybe a little heavier. The relatively slow pace of the songs suits this singing style entirely.
Groundbreaking; No but very enjoyable to listen to and one you should check out.
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