I'm working on a campaign for another artist and I had the
chance to send the CD to the great folks out at
Bryan Ferrish Radio just to check prices
of a radio campaign and get some feedback.
Here's what they had to say:
Life Love Misery's self titled CD,
Live Love Misery is ten tracks full of rock that has
edgy riffs counter balanced with soothing strings. From the hard
crashing of sounds of "Deer in the Morning" to the light intro of
"Sensation Vibration," this album covers any and all aspects of a
well rounded rock sound. Life Love Misery will be likely found in
the CD collections of fans who already line their hearing with
artists such as HIM and Agents.
Track 1: "Sleeping Dogs" will allow none of that. Right off the
Life Love Misery is put into full gear with this
track. It has the mood of a HIM track and the edge of Manson. Those
two elements tangled together musically, only reveal a sound that
holds attentions of listeners throughout.
Track 6: "Deaf to the Sound" has a softer sound than some of the
other tracks. The rock's still there, but it takes a step down and
is more soothing with its vibe. "You can't feel it" is the perfect
repetition because this one will have audiences drifting away to
Track 10: "Take the Edge Off" closes the album with high standards.
Talk of everything from "lips" and "hips" this tune creates a
sultry tone and with a hard rock song topped with attitude driven
vocals, this one definitely "takes the edge off."
Reviewed by Kendra Beltran of Bryan Farrish Radio Promotions