Culver – Coup De Grace

Ooooh, I like the low dusty voice the lead singer is sporting. Just the right amount of grit to his voice to make it kinda dirty in that sexy kind of way.  The guitarist is clearly following the vocalists lead cause I think you might be able to catch an std from the guitar style. You have to love that. It’s a definite rock tune and that always makes me get all tingly inside. The drum work is really good, the tempo isn’t to fast but it’s now what I would call a slow jam. There are some elements of hard rock with the drum work and the guitar riffs. I’ve listened to the track several times now and I found it was more enjoyable every time I listen to it.

Would I Listen to More of Their Stuff: Yes. I have to be honest though and tell you that for me it came down to the voice. While I did like the guitar and drum work it was that voice that really is sticking out in my head. I want this track and I’m way into seeing what else they have on Soundcloud.


Who They Are: The music is heavy, make no mistake about it. But, despite its weight, it manages to soar at astounding heights all while maintaining its wall of sound feel. The music comes in loud and clear without ever feeling cluttered. While most hard rock acts have polish applied to them that makes their music sound more glossy than real, this band feels as if it has been put through a rock tumbler. Their shine has come through abrasion, friction, and lots of time. The vocals are rough and raw and don’t pretend to be anything else. From the growl found on the verses of “Line Chaser” and “Pilot Talk”, to the range-testing chorus of “Nine Count”, the singing closely mirrors the sound and feel of the music.

The Band is:

Andrew Cruz- Guitar, Vocals
Josh Spatafore- Bass, Backing Vocals
Benjamin Pedula- Drums
Where You Can Buy It:

Unknown at this time.

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