Abandon Kansas - We're All Going Somewhere

Published Tuesday 24th November 2009
Abandon Kansas - We're All Going Somewhere
Abandon Kansas - We're All Going Somewhere

RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 85851-15967
LABEL: Gotee

Reviewed by Paul S Ganney

This is probably the best Christian rock CD I've reviewed this year (Kairos came a close second). The opening title track has a Nickleback feel to it, with a Muse tinge to the vocals (without being so space-rocked out). The empty verse and rocked-out chorus approach works very well, especially as the "ups" are so uplifting. Overall, the guitar work is very good with some of the overlays working very well indeed - the mix is great and overall this is quality rock music. Aside from "The Harder...", "Make Believe" is very good, with a Snow Patrol drive to it, but basically there's not a duff track here at all and the band do have a sound of their own. Get in on the ground floor and investigate this EP.

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