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ANTISAINT 'Vaticinate' - “Incomplete” and “Feed the Crows” Song Reviews By Ian Bellows

ANTISAINT

Vaticinate

Independent

August 20, 2021

“Incomplete” and “Feed the Crows”

Song Reviews By Ian Bellows

Boston Rock Radio

 

 

ANTISAINT (formerly known as Red Tide Rising) a modern rock band from Wyoming, have released two new songs, “Incomplete” and “Feed the Crows” off their upcoming album VATICINATE. The album was originally meant to be three separate EPs released separately with their own artwork, but Covid changed the bands’ plan.  ANTISAINT will now release all 3 EPs as one complete 16 song album on August 20th.

 

 

ANTISAINT – “Incomplete”

“Incomplete” is a good solid song that should vault ANTISAINT on to the national scene. According to lead singer Matt Whiteman, “Incomplete” was written to bring to light how People constantly criticize and belittle artists' creations without even thinking about what it takes to have the courage to make something original and put it out into the world.”  It’s a well written song that sends a message about overcoming people’s criticism while creating something special and meaningful.  

“Incomplete” starts out with an 80’s rock guitar slide which then morphs right into a more modern rock anthem. Drums are thumping throughout the song, the guitar solo is excellent, and Matt’s vocals are on point.  I even hear a little Jay Gordon (Orgy) coming through in his singing.  The only thing I would potentially change about the song is a synthesized beeping sound around the 1:15 mark into the song.  It doesn’t really add to the song, and my thoughts are it could easily be taken out. Overall a very good song.  

 

ANTISAINT – “Feed the Crows”

The other song released prior to the album release is “Feed The Crows."  Frontman Matt Whiteman states about this song that “The song is pure frustration and the message behind it is to say f*ck it, and compromise morals to match those who have none.”

The song has a heavier feel and you can sense anger with lyrics like “Bring It Down." ANTISAINT show their range between “Incomplete” and “Feed the Crows” as they move from a modern rock song into something heavier.  You feel the frustration that Matt mentions throughout the song and that aggression makes it one worth listening to.  Vocals are scorching, and the guitars/drums provide the perfect backdrop to their frustration.  Another song definitely worth checking out, especially if you like a deeper, heavier song.  

VATICINATE is out on August 20th as a full album, as well as a 3 Disc Deluxe Edition where they separate the record into 3 chapters with artwork showcased for each part.  The band also have created holographic discs and special UV packaging to celebrate their newest release.

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