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CD REVIEW: White Bear by The Temperance Movement

The Temperance Movement have been around since 2013 and last year they released their self-titled album. It had a lot of great tracks as well and built the foundation for fans to see their potential. Now they’ve returned with an amazing, high quality album. They continue to provide high quality, memorable music. White Bear has a great sound, great beats, catchy lyrics and alluring vocals.

The first few seconds of track 1, “Three Bullets” had me tapping my foot to the strong beats and nodding my head the catchy tune of the song.

The guitar riffs and solos are strong and memorable. Guitarists Paul Sayer and Luke Postashnick are very talented and have a very seasoned sound on this album. Phil Campell has an amazing voice. His vocals on every track show his range, depth and alluring sound.

This is a very talented band and I am not surprised they have opened for The Rolling Stones. I expect to hear them all over the radio one day!

Of the 10 tracks a few of my favorites include: A Pleasant Place I Feel, Battle Lines, White Bear and Oh Lorraine.

Their sound, style, and lyrics remind me of a music of old and modern rock bands ranging from AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, Audioslave and Queens of the Stone Age.

Overall a round of applause and hats off to this band for giving me something new to get excited over!

 

Check it out – you won’t be disappointed!

 

by Breanna Davis

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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