Furyon – Lost Salvation

Furyon Lost Salvation

Damn me, it’s bloody great to see Furyon back! With a new album and follow-up to the ridiculously superb Gravitas, it’s been three years since their debut album first introduced their stomping hard-edged rock to our ears… and they’ve just picked up right where they left off.

Lost Salvation continues in the mould of Gravitas, soFuryon Lost Salvation Damn me, it’s bloody great to see Furyon back! With a new album and follow-up to the ridiculously superb Gravitas, it’s been three years since their debut album first introduced their stomping hard-edged rock to our ears… and they’ve just picked up right where they left off. Lost Salvation continues in the mould of Gravitas, so much so, that with Furyon it’s pretty much a case of “if it ain’t broke, why fix it?”. Personally, this works perfectly for me. Gravitas was such a brilliant debut that Lost Salvation is more a case of the band honing their already rocking sound and shaping it into a stunningly well-oiled machine. Matt Mitchell once again shows us that his voice was built for this kind of music. He is indeed the archetypal rasping, driving, soaring, majestic frontman that all great rock bands have. To focus on Matt , stupendous though his voice is, would be doing the rest of the guys in the band a HUGE disservice. Lee Farmery and Alex Bowen have that solid foundation that allows the guitars to dance around effortlessly, pulling some chunky, dirty riffs (the title track and Scapegoat in particular show this to […]

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