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Fifth Freedom Heartbreak & Hellfire Album review

Fifth Freedom

Heartbreak & Hellfire

Album review by Allyson Kingsley Music Journalist with Boston Rock Radio




Again I can't praise the rock/metal scene pouring out of New England nearly enough. Another gem of a band from Portland, Maine is Fifth Freedom with their album Heartbreak & Hellfire. The band stars Alan Jones (vocalist, guitarist), Seth McClellan (bassist), Gary Marston (drummer) and Ian Dyer (guitarist). They had previously released a self-titled debut in 2014 and have toured the US with Black Stone Cherry.


This is an album with masterful instrumentation and a hint of that southern rock feel. The song “Battle Cry" emits an uplifting mood as a stadium perfect anthem to get the crowd riled. My personal favorite off this release is “Bridge to Burn" with its soul-soothing vocals. Noted well is the respectable and excellent bass playing skills of Seth throughout the album. Aside from the scintillating guitar work and high octane vocals, the entire band together produce a perfectly blended sound. Looking forward to more in 2018.


A side note, if you are in New England check out Bull Moose, a record store that have been very supportive of these guys.


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