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Agents Of The Sun
Monarchs Of A Fallen Society
Company: DCide Records
Genre: Hard Rock
Reviewer: Eric Compton
Agents Of The Sun - Monarchs Of A Fallen Society - 2005 - DCide Records
Pop-influenced set of songs
With cuts like "Wounds" and "Not Enough" there is enough catchy riffs and twin guitar melody to make it all seem like light hearted AOR or streamlined heavy metal. Obviously the vocals and production is very thin and overly "clean", leaning more towards the same vibe given by groups like Lifehouse and 3 Doors Down. With those bands I always enjoyed the soaring melodies from both singer and guitarists. Here that sort of formula is at work again, through twelve solid cuts of modern rock. Will it please the diehards? Most certainly not, in fact it may push them too far. Will it entertain the rock audiences? I'm sure of it.
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