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Unwill Singles “Keep It Gold” & “Slaves” November 16, 2018 Review By Mindy Stevenson, Music Journalist Boston Rock Radio

Singles “Keep It Gold” & “Slaves”

November 16, 2018

Review By Mindy Stevenson, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio



On November 16th, 2018 Unwill is set to release their sophomore album titled “Can’t Kill Me.” This young but experienced three man band from Rochester, NY has released two singles off this album, “Keep It Gold” and more recently “Slave.” Though I would call this group more post hardcore and heavy alt rock, they truly touch on most rock genres with their music.


These two singles seem to be going in a slightly different direction from their last album Past Life. This seems apparent when you hear “Keep it Gold.” The video for this single is shot like a sub par ego driven “I’ll show you what I got” type of thing. It kind of makes fun of itself and I like that they had fun with the the video. It’s catchy like a pop rock song with just enough upbeat pomposity and bitterness.


Their second single, “Slaves,” released off the new album keeps another vibe all together. This song seems a little more in line with their last album. Lead singer Roc Tracy’s sullen and gritty vocals and Ethan James (Guitar) and Jeffrey Jean (Bass) beautifully dirty guitar work shines through in this song. Roc’s voice reminds me of Marilyn Manson in this single as well as a good portion of their last album.


Overall I enjoyed both singles and look forward to hearing the upcoming album. Unwill carries an heir of both hopefulness and despair. It’s the kind of songs that slip you into a drugged like state of emotion. I personally love the album cover art and kept “Slave” on repeat as I scurried about my day.


If you like post hardcore alt rock with a stoner metal kind of aftertaste you will love Unwill. And if you are already a fan, my guess is that you will not be disappointed in their upcoming album.


Band Members:

Roc Tracy (Vocals)

Ethan James (Guitar)

Jeffrey Jean (Bass)


Unwill can by found:

Website: www.unwillband.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/unwillband

Twitter: www.twitter.com/unwillband

Instagram: www.instagram.com/unwillband

Youtube: www.youtube.com/unwillband



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