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band review: The Liaison

The Liaison

by Natasha Jones

Mixing rock and metal to the extreme, reminding me of the Deftones, Incubus, Brigade – those type of bands, now when they told me they were recording and the sound would be more ‘poppy’ it was obvious to me that youmeat6 would come the result, fortunately, or maybe unfortunately depending on how you view it, they’ve taken another route.

First track “We Are…” is punchy and aggressive yet with a moving chorus which should be sung at the top of a hill with the wind blowing through your hair. It’s something about the backing vocals and the guitar in the background going so well with the lead vocals, they’ve really thought about this one whilst writing – something of a rarity nowadays! I can picture this on a big stage very soon, with fists in the air, a feel good song that really sets them apart from a lot of bands doing a similar thing.

“Say Anything” starts with a piercing guitar, it really is a carry on from ‘We Are..’ which isn’t a bad thing at all, I wasn’t sure on the ‘woahs’ at first but they grow on you, and you find yourself singing along in the chorus on first listen! Again, the track dominated by the high-hat and the guitar (in the background), and the brilliantly executed backing vocals, giving their lead singer (Zander) just enough room for breath.

Not to mention their small attempt on the solo’s during the songs, in which the guitar sounds awesome, might I add!

The band will be hitting the road on their UK tour in August, definitely not an act to be missed, check em out at your latest venue, I’m sure they’ll be playing it soon!


myspace.com/athousandyearsmusic

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