If you've dismissed them in the past as a hardcore "one-trick-pony," think again. There is plenty of hardcore metal, a good dose of experimental ambience, some melodic sections, screamed and clean vocals and so much more.
Breakdowns complement songs instead of dominating them and softer guitar sections picked during all the dissonance and chugging really set songs like "For the Fallen" and "Fatherless" apart. As masters of instruments and the pen, For Today have risen to the top; there isn't a single bad track present.
Not only is this a great record, but the band is also donating a sizeable amount of the proceeds to the A21 Campaign and their global effort to rescue and rehabilitate those who have been victimized by human trafficking and to expose and prosecute those responsible.
If you haven't already purchased this album, you may want to check it out and find yourself tested. Better yet, go out or hit up your favorite on-line retailer and buy Fight the Silence immediately; it's that good. JFH 5-Star Review. No matter how you feel about hardcore, metal, or even For Today, it's almost impossible not to appreciate this album.
Sure, the vocals may be rough and the guitars loud, but beneath the constant riffs and pounding drums, is a strong message of hope. Lead singer Mattie Montgomery and his band are no strangers to controversy or truth. In fact, they're just as well known for their authentic lyrics as they are for their meteoric rise from independence. But with Fight the Silence , they've really outdone themselves and taken their ministry to a whole new level.
Musically, the majority of the album is just what you would expect. Blistering guitars and chugging riffs give way to gang vocals and technically sound drumming.
Singing in Gaelic feels pretty natural to me. I'm not approaching it as anything other than a language. Although I'm not fluent, I was raised around Gaelic speaking but not so much the music, Status Quo and 60's compilations got played on our record player. I'm one of those people that will understand what's being said but don't feel confident enough to answer in Gaelic.
It's been great Knowing I can approach the actual performance the same way as an English song, for me that is generally screwing my face up and belting it out. Not very technical. I was in a group called astrid, we were together from the late 90's up to We dismissed the idea. I thought we were cooler than we were. Gaelic seemed a bit foosty to me, I was wrapped up in a musical scene we weren't really part of, the bottom line is it would just have not looked very cool.
Of Course, with hindsight it would have been a very interesting and unexpected thing to do and could potentially have opened up our career as a band, partly other people's opinions stopped us I suppose.
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