Versive – Versive


@planetmosh review Versive by .@versiveofficial.

Versive are a four piece alt-rock band from Dublin, Ireland who have recently released their debut EP, also called Versive.

A three track EP, it’s a good taster from a band with obvious talent and the drive to go places. Opening track Blackout is fast paced, full of energy. The vocal is@planetmosh review Versive by .@versiveofficial. Versive are a four piece alt-rock band from Dublin, Ireland who have recently released their debut EP, also called Versive. A three track EP, it’s a good taster from a band with obvious talent and the drive to go places. Opening track Blackout is fast paced, full of energy. The vocal is at times gruff without going full on growl, which helps it maintain a melodic edge that makes this eminently listenable. The drumming is far louder in the mix than you often hear, and the crashing cymbals complement the vocal. This is only an EP, and as such can only give the listener an idea what a full album from Versive might sound like but by halfway through second track Haunted I can only imagine it would be exhausting. They literally never stop for a second. This is one hell of a fast paced song, and the multilayering of the vocal adds to the frenetic pace. That said, it’s really, really catchy! The final track is called Restrive, which is either a made up word or means re-strive: to strive again. I’m going for re-strive. The lyric is all about “sometimes it takes time.” […]

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