Review: The Future Is Me – Return to Earth Again
The key asset to The Future Is Me is Paul Kelley’s explosive vocals which range from gentle harmonies to the precursor to a double-bass drum led barrage (aka screaming). I prefer the latter.
One reason why I dig this record so much is that it doesn’t sound like they are desperate to get their big break. They could have made a dozen tracks like “Heresy…”, but instead the record shows a lot of diversity. At some points, instrumentally, it’s like you’re listening to (who I consider) the kings of alt-groove hard rock, Dredg. Overall, it’s a strong debut at EP-length.
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