Hailing from Norway, the crew formally known as P:O:B make another attempt at musical stardom as Slaves to Fashion. Knowing little about their former excursion, Crossing Over, except that it received good press (so they say), this short 4 song EP is my first experience with StF. But it is a good one.
The songs here are brief, yet packed with depth. Mostly, you'll hear a heavier side of melodic rock with a modern rock atmosphere peppered with progressive tones. A song like Mrs. Hero has an accessible, near radio friendly, appeal, while Left Out in the Cold moves with a heavier steady groove. Slaves to Fashion is a short work with refreshing approach, a solid debut which shows promise for more good music in the future.
Slaves to Fashion is a short work with refreshing approach, a solid debut which shows promise for more good music in the future.
I'll be honest at the start. I don't get the fascination some people have with H.P. Lovecraft. Attempting to read his stories, I've never been able to finish one. He's simply too verbose, the very definition of literary hyperbole, using every adjective or adverb in the English language to describe some thing or emotion. Or as the late ... [ Read More ]