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Исполнитель: Cedar Boulevard Альбом: Turn to Stone Год выхода: 2017 Страна: USA Стиль: Al. etal, Post-Hardcore Формат: mp320kbps (Scene) Размер: 155 Mb. Исполнитель: Cedar Boulevard Альбом

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Really I’m curious about bands like Cedar Boulevard. Firstly why pickup that name when it could be very easily made fun of? But I digress. The brain child of Aussie guitarist Luke Sharp, who ain’t half as bad, Cedar Blvd, doesn’t seem to be entirely sure of what style to follow. Given a decent song like Turn to Stone, he proves adequate, but the questionable decisions of going from a piano intro to a Green Day like punk style within the same song (ie Tear ) really don’t work. Layered vocals on songs like Take This Sin should have been harmonies, but they aren’. he whole album is just lacking focus so badly that it sinks under the weight of its own ambition. The guitar playing is decent, but the mix isn’t so; maybe if this project was to be taken back to the drawing board and several things changed, it could work as it i. t’s more like Cheddar Blvd.

Now, the best thing about Turn to Stone is the band’s instrumentation and guitar solo driven sound, the riffs are well composed and executed very well on a technical level, but instrumentation and the ability to play your axe well doesn’t make an album a hit. The lyrical content is there, but to me the vocal abilities of Isac Gabriel fall flat on most of the tracks. His voice sounds nasally during the verses but picks up well in the chorus’ of the songs. If he could maintain that same sound and range through the entire songs, I feel the album would have been much better  .

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Tracklist

1 Lost and Alone
2 Wake
3 Goodbye
4 Turn to Stone
5 Ghosts of Tomorrow
6 Tear
7 Know Meaning
8 Reprise: A Resurrection
9 Of Wolves and War
10 Feels Like Home
11 Take This Sin
12 Insonium
13 Darker Heavens
14 Tear (Brevis Editio)

Cedar Boulevard - Turn to Stone mp3 play

Performer: Cedar Boulevard

Title: Turn to Stone

Date of release: 2017

Style: Punk

Genre: Rock

Size MP3: 1880 mb

Size FLAC: 1592 mb

Rating: 4.7 / 5

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Hailing from Perth in Australia the founding members of Cedar Boulevard, Luke Sharp (guitar) and Kris Ahlquist (bass), left their home country to pursue their musical aspirations in America where they teamed up with Julian Comeau (vocals) and David Mari (drums). The band has worked hard since the release of their first self-titled EP in 2015 to craft a sound that is unique and to make sure that the two Aussies never look back in regret. Cedar Boulevard ride the wave of punk rock - post hardcore resurgence with the release of Turn to Stone, their first full album, which is a breath of fresh air by refusing to rest on rock clichés. The first song Lost and Alone, which is the shortest track on Turn To Stone, begins with a simple yet effective piano melody that makes an ideal background for the singer to showcase his vocal abilities. It leads to Wake, a song featuring pleasingly guitar riffs, breakdowns and explosive screamed passages. It is followed by Goodbye that continues in a similar vein and brings to the fore Luke Sharp’s guitar prowess, while Kris Ahlquist’s bass lines and David Mari’s drum patterns play off- of each other effectively throughout the track.Cedar Boulevard’s sound has drawn comparisons to the work of other acts in the pop-punk, post hardcore genres but if there is something that could set them apart is their versatility in transcending musical genres. Tear, one the best tracks on Turn to Stone, could be used as evidence that this band is not loath to embrace different elements. It feels like it’s broken down into two different parts as it begins with a very bluesy feeling before it kicks into high gear and becomes a hard-rock track, with the blues rock parts cropping up again later. This is an album that keeps the listeners engaged in its entirety thanks to its tempo changes and flow from one song to the next. The heavy, fast-paced Of Wolves and War has aggressive vocals and frenzied guitar riffs in abundance to sweep you away like a storm. Next up, Feels Like Home is a rock ballad-esque track with a sombre, reflective tone and its power can be found in the melodic vocals and silky guitar. The penultimate song, Darker Heavens is an eight minutes impressive instrumental that seamlessly blends post-hardcore influenced beatdowns with blues rock vibes.
Dreladred
Hailing from Perth in Australia the founding members of Cedar Boulevard, Luke Sharp (guitar) and Kris Ahlquist (bass), left their home country to pursue their musical aspirations in America where they teamed up with Julian Comeau (vocals) and David Mari (drums). The band has worked hard since the release of their first self-titled EP in 2015 to craft a sound that is unique and to make sure that the two Aussies never look back in regret. Cedar Boulevard ride the wave of punk rock - post hardcore resurgence with the release of Turn to Stone, their first full album, which is a breath of fresh air by refusing to rest on rock clichés. The first song Lost and Alone, which is the shortest track on Turn To Stone, begins with a simple yet effective piano melody that makes an ideal background for the singer to showcase his vocal abilities. It leads to Wake, a song featuring pleasingly guitar riffs, breakdowns and explosive screamed passages. It is followed by Goodbye that continues in a similar vein and brings to the fore Luke Sharp’s guitar prowess, while Kris Ahlquist’s bass lines and David Mari’s drum patterns play off- of each other effectively throughout the track.Cedar Boulevard’s sound has drawn comparisons to the work of other acts in the pop-punk, post hardcore genres but if there is something that could set them apart is their versatility in transcending musical genres. Tear, one the best tracks on Turn to Stone, could be used as evidence that this band is not loath to embrace different elements. It feels like it’s broken down into two different parts as it begins with a very bluesy feeling before it kicks into high gear and becomes a hard-rock track, with the blues rock parts cropping up again later. This is an album that keeps the listeners engaged in its entirety thanks to its tempo changes and flow from one song to the next. The heavy, fast-paced Of Wolves and War has aggressive vocals and frenzied guitar riffs in abundance to sweep you away like a storm. Next up, Feels Like Home is a rock ballad-esque track with a sombre, reflective tone and its power can be found in the melodic vocals and silky guitar. The penultimate song, Darker Heavens is an eight minutes impressive instrumental that seamlessly blends post-hardcore influenced beatdowns with blues rock vibes.