The Everyday Losers, a young band from the Midwest, brings us hardcore rock vibes in their latest release Revel in the Chaos. There are some vintage tones laden within the melodies of this album and some intense guitar and drum shredding, which come together to make the album a dynamic listen. The Everyday Losers are definitely not losers in any sense, as a band they have achieved much success in touring and getting signed to labels. This is the band’s first complete album release.
The Everyday Losers bring out all their guns and ammo in the opening track on the album, “You’ve Got War.” From the start there’s manic guitar shredding and epic drum patterns that anyone into hardcore classic rock will definitely enjoy indulging in. The lyrics within this track really anchor the song and after a while you find yourself remembering the words and singing along; “take away all these fucked up days and all these memories, and you’ve got war, is this what you wanted, is this what you came for? You better run!” Then there is the catchy “na nananana nana,” that really makes me equate this music to rock from the nineties.
A banging song to really get your head, er, banging is “Sick Stranger.” Right from the beginning the calculated guitars and drum bass get the song up and going without any time wasted. Soon the vocals are introduced and that raspy and gritty vibe makes the song revengeful, spiteful and energized in devilish ways. “Let go, you’re free, you’ll get yours and you’ll get what you deserve…. it’s either now or never.” The repetition of “get up get up” in the chorus gives this song an epic and anthemic persona and seems like a great song to see live in concert.
While listening to Revel in the Chaos, I am reminded of hard rock bands circa the ‘90s like Korn, Coheed & Cambria, and Nine Inch Nails. The album is filled with genuine and pure hard rock vibes and the guitar shredding is just ridiculous and that alone makes the quality of sound increase several notches. Sound quality within the album is great and every instrument and lyric gets its time to shine. Revel in the Chaos is a chaotic mix of hard rock and anyone into the genre will greatly enjoy the songs within it.
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