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Reviews For The Darkest Road
Ever since the release of A Breach Of Silence’s second full length album, The Darkest Road, there have been reviews pouring in from around the world. Thanks to the album’s unique sound and depth of material, reviewers from mainstream media and the private press have been overwhelmingly positive and we would like to thank them all for their efforts.
Check out the quick review penned by Jeff Forrest for Music Underground at http://musicug.com/album-review/a-breach-of-silence/, where he talks about the evolution of the A Breach Of Silence sound and the rise of powercore metal as a genre.
Damian from Amps And Green Screens scored the album an excellent 9.2 out of 10 at http://ampsandgreenscreens.com/2014/10/06/breach-silence-darkest-road/, claiming that A Breach Of Silence have overcome the “sophomore slump” and drew comparisons to Bullet For My Valentine.
A typically harsh critic of the metalcore sound, Rock Review Phil put The Darkest Road under the microscope at http://rockreviewphil.wordpress.com/2014/09/24/a-breach-of-silence-the-darkest-road/ before coming to the conclusion that the album has some great moments and deserves a high ranking.
Finally, check out what Andrew Green had to say on his first experience with the powercore genre and A Breach Of Silence at http://www.metal-temple.com/site/catalogues/entry/reviews/cd_3/a_2/a-breach-of-silence.htm where he runs through the track list and anticipates the evolution of the band’s sound.
Stay tuned to mannequinrepublic.com.au for more updates on A Breach Of Silence.