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Immoral Fibres | Crunchy & Tasty

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Rock: 90's Rock Rock: Hard Rock Moods: Featuring Guitar
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Crunchy & Tasty

by Immoral Fibres

Power pop/rock that packs a flavor and keeps you regular.
Genre: Rock: 90's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Handrail
4:29 album only
2. Push to Exit
4:32 album only
3. Vital Signs
4:02 album only
4. River Ego
4:02 album only
5. Soul Crime
4:01 album only
6. Hollow
5:13 album only


Album Notes
Their independently released debut E.P. contains 6 powerful songs that take you for a ride.

From first track 'Handrail' to last track 'Hollow', the group display diversity throughout their music.



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Review of song Handrail
This song will forever hold a very special place in my heart, as it was my
introduction to Immoral Fibres. I was instantly hooked!

Matt Kurzban's lyrics are straightforward, telling the tale with clarity. This is a story
of a man who sounds hopelessly lost in a downward spiral. He knows what the
problem is, and says he knows that there's a smart way to release the handrail he's
holding onto for support.

The lyrics tell the tale, but the dynamics of Matt's vocals give the words life, and
weave the tale expertly. The anguish that this man is mired in is evident through the
expressive vocals. The background vocals echo this. The last vocals are imploring;
the desperate cry of the subconscious pleading to be heard and finally losing the battle.

The music supplies the vivid emotional detail of this story. From the openining
guitar's haunting riffs, I am drawn into this dilemma. When all the instruments kick in, it
has a taunting sound to it. I can feel the confusion in the man's mind. The same
haunting guitars, repeated in the deep background of the song, the discordant notes of
the two guitars where the riff ends before repeating, echo in the subconscious the
helpless, hopeless feelings. The keyboard lends a dreamlike quality to the tale.

The winding down of the last drumbeat and the taunting cymbals lead me to believe
that he will not seek the answer which remains just out of his grasp. He will remain
stuck where he is, despite wanting to be an example for baby brother. I'm left
wondering if he makes it out.

Matt's attention to the tiniest detail which ties everything together is GENIUS!