Fabri Kiareli's F.E.A.S.T. - 2010 - Rise
1. Fire And Dynamite
2. Feed The Hunger
3. Love Renegade
4. Dangerous Love
5. Follow The Way (With Alessandro Del Vecchio)
6. Cold Hearted
7. (Ain’t Done)´Til It’s Over
8. Win Or Lose
10. Broken Dreams
11. Shock Me
12. Burning Fever
13. The Meaning Of Life
Soon to arrive in (web)shops nearby, we had the privilege to receive a copy of this brand new album from the Italian mastermind and his drummer accomplice (via Avenue Of Allies).
Mr. Kiareli takes us right back to the 80s, from the first note on. Every riff, hook and fill are completely thought-through and fit together perfectly. Safe to say, this is one of the "completest" albums I've heard in classic rock.
While the music is mostly based on melody and power, much like Pretty Maids back in the days, the vocals are a different story. Working on a level as technically high as the music, they take the combination with the music up high.
The first part of the album is mostly all arena-size rockers, while the second half focuses more on melody and feeling. Kick in a little bluesy noise right before the ending track, and it's off to finish the album with "The Meaning Of Life".
This track demonstrates just how skilled Fabri's songwriting skills are. The acoustic intro blasts off into yet another fantastic rock anthem with all the elements needed to keep the 10 minutes' song duration interesting.
Check out "Fire And Dynamite", "Love Renegade" and "Dangerous Love" if you want upbeat power, the entire album if you're into songwriting in the style of rock's greatest, and the album's closing track if you feel like digging into a song completely.
Last Updated (Saturday, 17 December 2011 17:53)