This album is truly a defining piece of work from the band. Simply put, Vital is revolutionary and magnificent.
Phoenix is certainly a major improvement overall and easily surpasses Vagabonds however, the album still leaves much to be desired.
With its splendid arrangement of vocals, lyrics and instrumentation The Quiet Life is certainly one of the finest releases this year. Christian does not fail to meet expectations, and will surely leave his audience wishing for more.
If this album is any indicator of what is to come, they’re definitely a band to be following for their next release.
The songs flow together well, and the majority of them are able to fully capture the same power that the original tracks had while providing a unique feel to each one.
Today I have the pleasure of reviewing The Thomas Confession’s album “Convolutions.” The Thomas Confession is a band out of Fresno California, created in 2008….
Overall I think that this album is simply amazing. The band has grown tremendously, and has improved far beyond anything I had imagined.
Overall Riddle is a great artist with much potential, and the album is a strong one. The one and only concern I have is that is really doesn’t bring anything new to the table.
Red’s debut album is an amazing one, very impressive. With it they set a name for themselves very early on, setting a high bar which they have gone beyond with each of their new releases.
Closing now, I think that Albatross was a fairly great debut from the band. Could it have been better? Of course, each band has room to improve and grow.
I’ve got a few more albums left to review, this one I’ve had for a while but never got around to reviewing it. Better late…