Well spank my ass and call me Charlie, I love this tune. The verses have this cadence that is already worming it’s way into my head. I’m really liking the vocals. The vocalist has a nice full voice that drips with conviction. You gotta bond with those lyrics man or I’m out. So much love for that. There are some great harmonies that are completely on point. Musically this is a rock fest all on it’s own. That guitar work kills! That lead is so memorable. I would love to see this in an arena, I bet that mosh pit goes nuts. The drum line is really solid. It’s definitely an upbeat rock tempo.
Would I Listen to More of Their Stuff: If this song is any indication of the body of their work I can’t get their catalog fast enough. I’m hoping to get a chance to see them play live next time they are in my neck of the woods. I have 6 different playlists that they would be right at home on. You could put them with some classic 80’s metal or more modern nu-metal. Just put it on every list you have. It’ll work out.
Who They Are: After 17 years in the game, the Florida quintet sustains the same energy that sparked its foundation back in 1997. The riffs crack with intensity, the bass and drums forge an unmatched groove, and the vocals rapidly recount stories of pain and perseverance. “The Return” remains as raw, ripping, and real as these musicians — Elias Soriano (vocals), Robb Rivera (drums), Rasheed Thomas (guitar), Adam Woloszyn (bass), and B.C. Kochmit (guitar) — get.
The Band is:
Elias Soriano (Vocals)
Robb Rivera (Drums)
Rasheed Thomas (Guitar / Vocals)
Adam Woloszyn (Bass)
BC Kochmit (Lead Guitar / Vocals)
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