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Comfort in Agony

by Anever

Anever's sophomore release, "Comfort In Agony", takes their musicianship to the next level.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Metalcore
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1. Comfort in Agony
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2. King of Nothing
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3. Black and Blue
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4. Last Man Standing
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5. Breaking Point
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6. The End of the Road
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7. Find My Way
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Comfort In Agony" opens with the title track, and grabs the listener's attention right away. With the first line, "Where do I begin?", gets people to wonder what vocalist James McKenna is talking about. It's a relentless opening verse that will make your head bang and the pit moving. 'King Of Nothing' follows the EP's title track. Anever released 'King Of Nothing' as a single in July 2017, and has used the song as a staple in it's live set. With a blistering riff from guitarist Brandon Crawford and bassist Kartik Chandra, and powerful double kicking from drummer Soul Kerr, it sets the listener up for a catchy, modern-rock-type chorus.

The third song off the EP, 'Black And Blue', starts out a little more melodic before the first verse. As a song about mental abuse, a lot of people will be able to relate to the lyrics. The opening line, "Was it something I said, or is it in my head?" is something many listeners ask themselves, some on a daily basis. Anever released 'Black And Blue' as a single on April 13, 2018. The next track is 'Last Man Standing'. This song will make you want to jump up and down with the band during their live set, as it has more of a mainstream intro, before going into a verse that get the pit spinning. The title almost speaks for itself, as the song has a "it's you versus me" meaning behind it.

'Breaking Point' is the fifth song, and is the first track Anever has released that is under three minutes in length. It starts out with an eerie guitar lead before dropping into what could be the band's heaviest piece of music. As the only song on the EP without guitarist Brandon Crawford sing, the verses are very aggressive, starting with the question, "So what is it that you want from me?" The sixth song, 'The End Of The Road', keeps the pits moving. After vocalist James McKenna begs the question, "What do I have to lose?", the chorus is very melodic and easy to sing a long to. Near the end of the song, McKenna vocals shy away from full on screaming, by breaking them up just a bit, making it an emotional part of the song.

The closing track, 'Find My Way', is one of Anever's most creative song's to date. With clean guitar, and drums and bass setting the mood in the verses, McKenna saves some of his best lyrics from the EP for last. This song lets people know it's okay to feel down and lost; it's okay to express emotion; at the end of the day, there is always a light at the end of the tunnel, no matter how dark some days may seem. A huge chorus and lyrics that listeners will grasp and hold onto, 'Find My Way' ends the EP with a powerful message to give hope to anyone who's looking for "a reason to believe."

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