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Psycle Album Review


Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist with Boston Rock Radio


 I was asked a short time ago by Seth Salois (vocalist/guitarist) to review his band Psycle’s album Surfaces. When I had received it in the mail I figured it was a death or thrash metal CD. I was thoroughly delighted when I took a listen and it now enjoys regular rotation on my drives.


Salois has a rich hauntingly beautiful voice that right away reminded me of the singer of Volbeat, truly unique and something otherworldly. Jay Carvalho reflects his passion on the drums, pouring his soul on his kit. Interconnected and yet each reflecting their own personalities are Mike Kaz on bass and dual guitarists Joe Nicolazzo and Seth Salois.  Without even having met this amazing group of men or seeing them live, I could feel down to my nerve endings how their incredible lineup builds off of each other's creativity.  Each song on the album is downright irresistible. Together they bring confident innovation to hard rock.


“Long Way Down" bursts forth with energy and character and an unexpectedly polished finish.  “The Road I'm On" is amazing lyrically, deeply personal, and the fretwork is kickass.  “Face the Fire," my personal favorite, has bruising intense guitars, powerful vocals and masterful drums and gets my pulse racing and my head banging. I absolutely loved this album and heartily look forward to their future endeavors. I was honored to check them out live on October 25th at Mardi Gras in Cranston RI and their set was nothing short of rock and roll perfection. Stay tuned for the interview I had with these amazing guys.

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