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Interview with Fire On Dawson On the whole, the album is well produced and composed with a competent lead vocalist and competent musicians.

Interview with Fire On Dawson

Fire on Dawson - 7 Billion and a Nameless Somebody

Strong, raspy, ‘man vocals’, dark metal. distorted guitar.


Debris has a catchy intro but I got distracted by everything else just waiting for the song to end.

God of the Lost has a nice use with a cute delay pedal but it was way too long for me to have the patience to wait for the song. Listen to it all the way through though is what I did AND after around 1 minute 15 seconds (I counted) it started sounding deathly hypnotic and slightly psychedelic. A healthy Heinz variety of moods.

Syria feels like it was made with more focus musically and vocally. This is probably one of my preferred tracks although it is a standard metal track. Nothing more. It doesn’t bring anything new to the metal scene at all.
Two tracks I enjoyed from first play through to now has to be Pseudo Christ and The Code. Maybe because it had more of a rocking rhythm and sluice handed guitarist. Yes it had a little something special.

Steal the Show sounds like a Freddie Mercury appreciation society track. Nothing wrong with that but it did leave me giggling

On the whole, the album is well produced and composed with a competent lead vocalist and competent musicians. Lyrically it isn’t awful. Altogether, honestly speaking, I thought it lacked originality and imagination.

Lisa Kalloo

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