Sunday, September 2, 2012
CD Review: Merch Finds "Betrayal," While Neonfaith Gets "Tied" Up
The opening title, “Death Of A Love” is a short instrumental that leads you into the story of love and revenge. The music of “Osmosis” has combined elements of rock and orchestral to create a song that leaves an impact on the listener. The frailty of the vocals in “Before You Go Back To Him” and “When It Was Good” gives a sense of loss without understanding why, while “Infidelity” has the total opposite feeling of aggressive revenge. The album finishes up with the psych-pop music of “The Comedown Is A Killer,” which tries to handle the heavy weight of the lyrics before the closing song “The House We’ll Never Live In” about true heartbreak.
For more information on new album from MERCH, please visit http://soundcloud.com/merchmusic.
Check out samples of the Neonfaith’s two singles at http://soundcloud.com/neonfaith.
Posted by JP's Music Blog