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Forty Foot Echo - Returning

4.75
Reviewer :
Johan Wippsson Format: Album
Release date: 2013-06-18 Year: 2013
Label: Independent
Genre: Modern Rock
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Just over a decade ago released Forty Foot Echo their debut album on Hollywood Records. A very competent Modern Rock album produced by Jim Wirt (Live, Hoobastank, Something Corporate) and that one should have in their collection.
However, it was just one album there, unfortunately, but the band gathered together later in 2006 and released Aftershock under their own label, Echoman Music.
After that, it's been very quiet around the band until this year when the band through Pledge Music released this new album, Returning. As before, the band delivers high-class modern rock with catchy melodies and great riffs, very suitable for the large arenas. Tracks like "Just Go Away" and "See You Someday" shows the band in 2013 is still something to be reckoned with for sure. Should I be a little critical, I think the sound could be slightly better as the guitars are too low mixed. With a bigger guitar sound the album would have sounded bigger and edgier, which I personally would have preferred.
However, Returning a stable and competent record worth checking up if you like what they have done before.



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