BIG SALE AND OTHER NEWS 5-19-16

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Due to the success of SEVERITY, we are now putting together our plan for a follow up recording.  Please help us by giving us input into what you want to hear.  We want helpful, honest opinions.  Which songs on SEVERITY do you like?  Which songs do you not like?  Why?  Would you prefer new singles?  What about an EP which will have a lower price point, or do you prefer a full album?   Where do you purchase your music?  Does having a signed copy of the CD matter to you?   All of these questions, as well as any other input you can give, will help us make something that YOU want.  Simpy leave your thoughts in the comments below this post.  Thanks for your input!

4 comments

  • Clark Williams

    Clark Williams South Wales, United Kingdom

    The problem with SEVERITY was that I didn't have a single favourite track, I loved them all equally. Each track had its own story to tell, from " No one wants to die" to "innocent dream" every track had its own identity but came together as a whole to make an outstanding package. So to the question of want do we the fans want from a sequel to SEVERITY the answer is simple; MORE OF THE SAME please!! As to the E.P. / ALBUM comparision, I personally prefer an album mainly due to the fact there's more tracks and yes a signed copy of the CD is important to fans as they feel they own something that bit more personal. It may not be that helpful unfortunately but I believe you found the winning formula with SEVERITY, the differing styles and combinations created an outstanding artistic achievement that I for one continue to enjoy listening to. I look forward to the next one!!

    The problem with SEVERITY was that I didn't have a single favourite track, I loved them all equally. Each track had its own story to tell, from " No one wants to die" to "innocent dream" every track had its own identity but came together as a whole to make an outstanding package. So to the question of want do we the fans want from a sequel to SEVERITY the answer is simple; MORE OF THE SAME please!! As to the E.P. / ALBUM comparision, I personally prefer an album mainly due to the fact there's more tracks and yes a signed copy of the CD is important to fans as they feel they own something that bit more personal. It may not be that helpful unfortunately but I believe you found the winning formula with SEVERITY, the differing styles and combinations created an outstanding artistic achievement that I for one continue to enjoy listening to. I look forward to the next one!!

  • Aaron Church

    Aaron Church Monson, MA

    Severity is a good album, but being asked this question I like the haunting songs with catchy lyrics and hooks so my answer would be have more songs like that. Good example is Burning Sunset Glow.

    Severity is a good album, but being asked this question I like the haunting songs with catchy lyrics and hooks so my answer would be have more songs like that. Good example is Burning Sunset Glow.

  • Thugsnarf3000

    Thugsnarf3000 Mesa, AZ

    Overall, love the album (I posted a review on Amazon as well) . Amazing first release for a band. I love that you guys took chances. You obviously experimented with some of these tracks, and the album is better for it. Don’t lose that. Even as you inevitably become more polished, don’t ever stop experimenting. It’s that raw energy that really makes this album feel dangerous. It feels like you guys said “here, this will smack you in the face, and like it or not, this is who we are”. Other than that, I don’t want to tell you where to go next, I want you to take me someplace personal and show me passion. It’s passion and soul that really gets me excited…which is why I’m a blues lover at heart :) To answer your questions: I prefer to buy the whole album, not EP’s or singles. You miss the overall album feel and themes when it gets piece-mealed. I purchase straight from the band if possible, and I prefer a hard copy that I then upload. Having a signed copy is cool, but not a deal-breaker, as most album cases end up in a pile somewhere. Besides, it’s the signatures in person that really mean something. Absolute Power: Love it. Reflects the tone of the whole album. Wonderfully done. The More Things Change: Love the opening, love the lyrics. Probably one of my favorite tracks from start to finish. Brand New Song: Love the whole thing. Another one of my favorite tracks. Mad Men: More of a subdued, moody song, but I really enjoy it. The more spoken-word type verses are a nice change of pace and the chorus is very fun to sing along to. The Me Dying: This song is fine, I don’t love it or dislike it. I don’t skip over it or anything, but maybe there just isn’t enough of a hook-type groove to grab me? Not sure… but all that said, I have found myself waking up many a morning with the final verse stuck in my head (I paint a picture for you…). Dream the Dream: Really like this one, especially the second half. No complaints here. No One Wants to Die: Again, one of my favorite songs. Absolutely love the beginning. Love the lyrics. The chorus is probably my least favorite part, but I love the verses so much it more than makes up for it. Burning Sunset Glow: This song is my favorite of the album. Love the opening, love the lyrics, and the chorus is one of my favorites ever. I also enjoy the speaking parts, though I admit the first speaking section is a bit too long for me. That could be because I love the chorus so much I just want to get to it faster, haha. Place in the Sun: Nice groove to it, but feels like its missing the more poignant lyrics. Not saying they aren’t there, but the music adds levity to it, making it feel like a fun track, instead of the hard hitting type of feel the rest of the songs have. That doesn’t stop me from singing along, though. You See Me Coming: Music and lyrics are fine, just not a fan of the chorus. But for me, this song is all about the last minute. Starting with “I am the person…”, I’m in and loving it. Why: Love it. One of my favorites. I moves, it grooves, it screams. What more could I want? Torment: I’m torn on this one. I want to say it’s too repetitive, but gosh darn it, I always find myself bobbing my head and singing along to it. Alright, fine, I like it. And the guitar work is fantastic. Love those solos. Innocent Dream: I admit, I skip this track most of the time. BUT. I have tremendous respect for it. You can tell how personal this track is, and I absolutely love going out on a limb to experiment on this track. It anchors the album and reminds us that you guys can and will do whatever you want. For that reason, I love it. Looking forward to the next album, guys!

    Overall, love the album (I posted a review on Amazon as well) . Amazing first release for a band. I love that you guys took chances. You obviously experimented with some of these tracks, and the album is better for it. Don’t lose that. Even as you inevitably become more polished, don’t ever stop experimenting. It’s that raw energy that really makes this album feel dangerous. It feels like you guys said “here, this will smack you in the face, and like it or not, this is who we are”. Other than that, I don’t want to tell you where to go next, I want you to take me someplace personal and show me passion. It’s passion and soul that really gets me excited…which is why I’m a blues lover at heart smile

    To answer your questions:
    I prefer to buy the whole album, not EP’s or singles. You miss the overall album feel and themes when it gets piece-mealed.
    I purchase straight from the band if possible, and I prefer a hard copy that I then upload.
    Having a signed copy is cool, but not a deal-breaker, as most album cases end up in a pile somewhere. Besides, it’s the signatures in person that really mean something.

    Absolute Power: Love it. Reflects the tone of the whole album. Wonderfully done.

    The More Things Change: Love the opening, love the lyrics. Probably one of my favorite tracks from start to finish.

    Brand New Song: Love the whole thing. Another one of my favorite tracks.

    Mad Men: More of a subdued, moody song, but I really enjoy it. The more spoken-word type verses are a nice change of pace and the chorus is very fun to sing along to.

    The Me Dying: This song is fine, I don’t love it or dislike it. I don’t skip over it or anything, but maybe there just isn’t enough of a hook-type groove to grab me? Not sure… but all that said, I have found myself waking up many a morning with the final verse stuck in my head (I paint a picture for you…).

    Dream the Dream: Really like this one, especially the second half. No complaints here.

    No One Wants to Die: Again, one of my favorite songs. Absolutely love the beginning. Love the lyrics. The chorus is probably my least favorite part, but I love the verses so much it more than makes up for it.

    Burning Sunset Glow: This song is my favorite of the album. Love the opening, love the lyrics, and the chorus is one of my favorites ever. I also enjoy the speaking parts, though I admit the first speaking section is a bit too long for me. That could be because I love the chorus so much I just want to get to it faster, haha.

    Place in the Sun: Nice groove to it, but feels like its missing the more poignant lyrics. Not saying they aren’t there, but the music adds levity to it, making it feel like a fun track, instead of the hard hitting type of feel the rest of the songs have. That doesn’t stop me from singing along, though.

    You See Me Coming: Music and lyrics are fine, just not a fan of the chorus. But for me, this song is all about the last minute. Starting with “I am the person…”, I’m in and loving it.

    Why: Love it. One of my favorites. I moves, it grooves, it screams. What more could I want?

    Torment: I’m torn on this one. I want to say it’s too repetitive, but gosh darn it, I always find myself bobbing my head and singing along to it. Alright, fine, I like it. And the guitar work is fantastic. Love those solos.

    Innocent Dream: I admit, I skip this track most of the time. BUT. I have tremendous respect for it. You can tell how personal this track is, and I absolutely love going out on a limb to experiment on this track. It anchors the album and reminds us that you guys can and will do whatever you want. For that reason, I love it.

    Looking forward to the next album, guys!

  • Charles Lincoln

    Charles Lincoln

    I really love the whole album!!! Everytime I listen to it I can increase the reason to love!! Favorite songs : No One Wnts To Die, Absolute power and now I'm in love with THe Me Dying!! I'd say Innocent Dream is my least favorite song........ but I do respect and I uderstand all the feelings going into this track. SO, I appreciate that one!! It's a very deep song and it's hard for me to catchy all the moods going through. Some songs to promote an upcoming album are always fine!! I'd rather an new full-length album!! It's better buy directly from the band! Signed copies rules!!

    I really love the whole album!!! Everytime I listen to it I can increase the reason to love!!
    Favorite songs : No One Wnts To Die, Absolute power and now I'm in love with THe Me Dying!!
    I'd say Innocent Dream is my least favorite song........ but I do respect and I uderstand all the feelings going into this track. SO, I appreciate that one!! It's a very deep song and it's hard for me to catchy all the moods going through.
    Some songs to promote an upcoming album are always fine!!
    I'd rather an new full-length album!!
    It's better buy directly from the band!
    Signed copies rules!!

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