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Below 7 Crashing Down Pavement Entertainment Released October 12, 2018 Album Review By Ariana Leo, Photojournalist Boston Rock Radio

Below 7

Crashing Down

Pavement Entertainment

Released October 12, 2018

Album Review By Ariana Leo, Photojournalist Boston Rock Radio

 

Tennessee-based quintet Below 7 offer all the proof we need that rock isn’t dead with their new album Crashing Down (out now via Pavement Entertainment). 2016 marked the start of a new era for Below 7, whose members had been focusing on other musical projects before their recent revival. Now, they are back with a vengeance and they prove that with the appropriately-named opening track on Crashing Down, “Freight Train Coming.” It’s a high-energy song that lets listeners know that Below 7 is ready to take the world by storm.

 

The band holds nothing back on this new album, displaying a full spectrum of emotions and sounds, with each instrumentalist bringing something unique and fresh to the table. We get to enjoy a mini-guitar solo in the title track, “Crashing Down,” which serves as the obligatory mid-album slow-down right before the tempo picks back up for a killer second half. “Millennial” and “Down” are two of the album’s standout tracks—the former features tight harmonies and a catchy bridge that will hook fans after one listen. The latter features some of the tightest instrumentation on the entire album, quickly and frequently jumping around in tempo and style while still maintaining a cohesive sound.

 

Make no mistake—Below 7’s Crashing Down is an album you’ll want to turn up to 11. Be on the lookout for a 2019 tour announcement from the band soon!

 

http://www.below7band.com/

 

 

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