Album: "Hollow"
Label: Morphenic Release (2002)
Style: Gothic Rock
Songs: 9


Reviewed by: Darklight

This four member gothic rock act is quite good and I'm surprised I haven't heard more about them prior to getting this CD. This album offers well produced, developed, structured and constructed gothic rock songs similar to Nosferatu, Rosetta Stone and The Sisters of Mercy.

Extremely well played guitar, bass and drums are complimented by the great deep vocals of Matt Slowikowski. Each song here offers good energy along with nice melodies to keep everything enjoyable.

I feel that there is crossover appeal here, and if this band was played on rock radio stations they would become popular. They have a sound that would appeal to a large listening audience. Basically, this music could be appreciated by fans of all rock genres, not just gothic.

There's a good amount of variety offered here. Some songs are mid-tempo, while others are heavier and more hard rock. There's not a bad track here. If you like dark rock music, this CD is for you.