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Farewell to Fear Voices Pavement Entertainment May 18, 2018 Release Album Review

Farewell to Fear


Pavement Entertainment
May 18, 2018 Release

Album Review by Ariana Leo, Music Journalist

The members of Farewell to Fear have returned to the scene with the release of their first full-length album since 2013. “Voices,” a familiar-yet-fresh sounding heavy rock album, features ten explosive, anthemic tracks, charged with angst and dark lyrics. They lie somewhere on the line between earlier-2000s radio rock and mid-2000s hardcore, and, despite being somewhat similar-sounding, span a wide array of emotions and tones.

Standout tracks include the three slower songs on the album—“Let Go,” “Your Cure,” and the closing track, “Take Me Home.” The former two feature driving rhythms, while the latter is a softer, acoustic ballad, a powerful and emotionally resonant way to end the album. Vocalist Mike Craig really shows off his grit in the verses and pre-choruses of the opening track, “Voices”—this style serves as the perfect prelude to the brighter choruses. “Dead Generation” is probably the most mainstream-radio friendly track, with another simple, catchy chorus that live audiences can scream along to, and “Wake Me Up” is a definite head-banger as well.

Overall, “Voices” is a solid album, sure to generate some hype among hard rock/metal fans. Look out for its official release on May 18th.



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