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Anthem of the Peaceful Army
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||Date: October 27, 2018 at 12:28|
|Finding it hard to get into this one! Not uptempo like their previous releases. Lover Leaver/Taker Believer the only track I really like. Bit of a disappointment for me 60/100
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: October 28, 2018 at 14:53|
|In theory, I cheer for anybody having mainstream success making guitar-based hard rock that isn't homogenized post-grunge corporate rock, whether that's Ghost, Volbeat, Greta Van Fleet, or whoever. With that said, I stand by my comments on their last EP. These guys are only unique if your brain has been numbed by 15+ years of 3 Days Grace, Breaking Benjamin and their ilk. I liked a few past songs, but I'm finding Anthem for the Peaceful Army to be a big bore. "When The Curtain Falls" is annoying, and their many (too many) ballads are dull and overly earnest. In the end, GVF sound like what they are: kids making a reasonable facsimile of music from their grandparents' generation.
||Date: June 19, 2019 at 6:47|
|Too many ballads but still good stuff here.
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