bordeline metal = borderline like and buy, including the first single and clip
some Muse sounding stuff here
best was End In Tears
from the album - Every Trace
released Nov 1st, 2011
Formed in Los Angeles, the band consists of vocalist Christopher Hall, former frontman of platinum-selling artist
Stabbing Westward along with former Stabbing Westward , Econoline Crush drummer Johnny Haro, guitarists Ryan
Seelbach, Eric Griffin formerly of The Murder Dolls & Genitorturers, Martin Kelly from Living Dead Lights on Bass
The album is a fresh uplifting 80s combination of new wave and heavy rock sounds with a modern twist. It is a very
enjoyable musical listening experience that sticks with you after the album is over. No mainstream , simply
inventive and totally refreshing. The lead and excellent single Every Trace gave a great glimpse of the atmosphere
for the album.
The songs are driven by a predominant frantic keyboard line, creative heavy guitar riffs that work in unison with
an awesome beat delivered by the drum playing . Chris’ passionate and powerful vocals and the energizing vibe are
the highlights of the album.
The album ‘s stand-out tracks are Breathing, Every Trace, Stitches ,Hole (featuring Black Veil Brides guitarist
Jinxx), End In Tears, Too late and Always and Never. The melodies are both highly haunting and catchy. The hooks
are clearly obvious at the first listen. I love the piano part by Black Veil Brides guitarist Jinx in Hole. Every
Trace features a strong pounding rhythm section that appeals to you immediately.
My favorite is by far End In Tears that would be an excellent follow-up to Every Trace and for sure, an upcoming
hit on Active and Alternative Rock Charts. The dreamy melody and upbeat riffs make this song an anthem.
In conclusion, you will not disappointed. The Dreaming ‘s Puppet is an album that deserves a place in your music
library. It is recommended to everyone who is looking for something different.
2. Every Trace
4. There Will Be Blood
5. End in Tears
6. Fight for You
8. It's No Good
10. Solo Crucifixion
11. Too Late
12. Always and Forever