Distortion is met with a musically satisfying set-up, so the more you listen, the more these various moments of impressive, skillful musicianship start to take hold. A huge song, intense, hard hitting, incredibly well written.
Faceless Orphans’ punk-meets-indie-rock explosion presents an album loaded with energy and grit, as well as a surprisingly satisfying & heartfelt array of songwriting.
Phoenix/NEBULIN are an incredible band, they do what they do with absolute conviction & power. It makes for a stunning playlist – the sort you can return to again & again; whenever the noise of the world seems a little too disjointed or overwhelming.
His passion for rock & metal, for creative expression, for the electric guitar & distortion, is unquestionable – a key ingredient in creating something with impact.
The weight & hit of heavy music connects & satisfies, but the melody has an alternative sense of emotion. It contrasts beautifully with the screamo element.
Why make music if it’s not with emotion & passion? I love hearing artists get out there & bring it. When they’re in their zone you can look into their soul.
A striking collection of atmospheric & poetically reflective indie-rock songs. Uniquely expressive, musically creative & thoughtfully structured.
Realness is impossible to fake. The more you listen to this album, the more familiar & reliable the band become. A total pleasure to discover.
Something of a melodic rock band, though there’s a heavy metal or even punk rock energy to the riffs & the sheer velocity of the rhythm.
Everything about the music satisfies. The unique nature of the songs is something that hasn’t come through with such drama, detail & passion in a long time.
The journey the song takes you on is immense. An exciting & talented group of musicians, creating within the indie world exactly what their name suggests.
The juxtaposition of the concepts of pride & shame is appealing. The music feeds this intrigue further & affectionately holds your attention.