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Early Reviews For The Darkest Road
As special early releases of the brand new full length album by A Breach Of Silence made their way to the media, there has been an outpouring of positive response to the band’s second album. We here at Mannequin Republic are proud to share the first batch of reviews.
Our mates at Bro-metal’s music blog have given The Darkest Road a very generous 10 out of 10 in their recent review, praising the vocal work of singer Rhys Flannery and calling it “one of the best albums of 2014.” You can read the full article at http://www.bro-metal.org/bro-metal-review-a-breach-of-silence-the-darkest-road.
The Metal Decent music website featured The Darkest Road as one of their feature albums in the August 25 edition of “Sounds From The Heavy Metal Underground” put together by I.O. Kirkwood. She calls the latest project from A Breach Of Silence “savvy, intelligent, and heavy as f***” and gives high marks both to the execution and theme of the album. You can check out the full article at http://metaldescent.com/sounds-from-the-heavy-metal-underground-week-of-082514/.
The album got another epic review in a piece written for underground music blogazine 16 Clefs written by Shelia Taylor, who labels The Darkest Road as an massively improved follow up to the band’s first album, calling it “14 tracks of melt your face off metal/powercore. A Breach of Silence definitely did not suffer from the epic and sometimes curse laden sophomore slump.” You can read the full article at http://16clefs.com/2014/09/02/album-review-the-darkest-road-by-a-breach-of-silence/.
Finally, The Darkest Road made it to the album review section of Ragnarok Reviews where it was pulled apart, examined in detail and no punches pulled. In a very analytical piece the album still pulled a very respectable 8 out of 10 score. You can read the full article at http://www.ragnarokreviews.com/reviews/album-reviews/a-breach-of-silence.
Mannequin Republic would like to thank all of the independent blogs, magazines and writers for their time and effort in reviewing A Breach Of Silence’s latest project. We encourage everyone to check them out and also to grab your own copy of The Darkest Road and review it for yourself.
Copies available right now on iTunes.