Every Moss And Cobweb Review

artist: Typecast date: 05/07/2007 category: compact discs
Typecast: Every Moss And Cobweb
Release Date: 2006
Label: FMAP
Genres: Rock
Number Of Tracks: 13
With 13 sure hits brutally honest and hearfelt sentiments about love and life as you know it.
 Sound: 8
 Lyrics: 8
 Overall Impression: 8
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overall: 8
Every Moss And Cobweb Reviewed by: paul21, on may 07, 2007
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Sound: Blood and soul, a thousand of thoughts, countless emotions, intricately put into words. And finally the band from the province of Laguna Typecast released it's third flaming red hot album entitled "Every Moss And Cobweb". Percfect with a hard-driven guitars and more grief-stricken vocals, powering beats of drums and over driven bass that perfects the wonderful mastpiece. With 13 sure hits brutally honest and hearfelt sentiments about love and life as you know it. Frontman Steve Badiola-vocals/ guitars, Pakoy Fletchero-guitars, Melvin Macatiag-Drums, Chi Resurreccion complete the boys of Typecast from the province of Laguna, Philippines. // 8

Lyrics: The Lyrics are based from the true-story experience of the band members, Featuring "Will you ever learn" was made by Steve Badiola and "Boston Drama" by Melvin Macatiag. The Lyrics are opening your heart and mind what's happening to our real world. The result of the lyrics are so perfect and honest. More mellow and a little bit piece of scream from Steve. // 8

Overall Impression: The Typecast album entitled Evey Moss and Cobweb is more mature and developing emo genre than the previous album. The album featured the singles "Will You Ever Learn," "Boston Drama," "Not About You," "My Farewell" and many more. There is a hidden track that is after the no. 13th track entitled An Angel. // 8

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