Canto V

Artist: The Fright
Release Date: 13-11-2017
Genres: Gothic, Metal, Rock

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Album Reviews

Sexappeal und Rock'n'Roll Attitude - (9,5/10)

Powermetal.de

(...) die Mischung aus Sleaze und Gothic Rock trifft wirklich perfekt ins Schwarze (Schenkelklopfer) - (4/5)

LAUT.de

This might be the biggest surprise in 2017! (94/100)

Metal To Infinity Webzine Belgium

Gegenüber dem Vorgänger, welcher bereits nicht von schlechten Eltern war, steigern sich die Gothic/Sleaze Rocker in einen Spielrausch der Sonderklasse (4,5/5)

Metalunderground.at

När Bandet även smaksätter med lite själ, sitter Canto V som handen in handesken. (9/10)

Crank It Up

They wave the cock around, when it comes to the chorus (9/10)

abysmalhymns.blogspot.com.br

Kurzweiliges Dark Rock'n'Roll Album mit Klasse

Orkus Magazin

Von wegen "Oblivion". Dank dieser persönlichen Bestleistung werden The Fright garantiert nicht in Vergessenheit geraten.

Sonic Seducer

Das Ergebnis sind erstklassige Breitwandnummern wie Wander Alone oder Love Is Gone, die förmlich danach schreien, in den größtmöglichen Venues live zum Besten gegeben zu werden.

EMP Redaktion

(...) man kann diese Album also durchaus als gelungen betrachten

MetalHammer

Tracklist

1. Bonfire Night
2. NoOne
3. Wander Alone
4. Love Is Gone
5. Fade Away
6. Oblivion
7. Leave ft. Michelle Darkness
8. Drowned In Red
9. Century Without A Name
10. In Sicherheit (ft. Fliehende Stürme)

About Album

The afore-mentioned strengths of the five-piece band can be felt in every single note on Canto V. “In the new songs we’ve taken the vocal harmonies, which always defined the character of our music, to a new level,” explains Lon Fright, whose dark, charismatic timbre denominate the album, and whose finest ideas come to him during moments of peaceful solitude: “The perfect situation for me is when I’m chilling in the peace and quiet of my garden, developing ideas I can then record straight onto my computer.” A combination of riff ideas from his guitarists Danny and Kane, and suggested grooves from bass player Kain and drummer Luke Seven, form the typical Fright trademark: “The goal is always to produce catchy songs with a refrain people can sing along to.“ But beware: The subjects on Canto V are anything but trivial singalongs, in fact they actually deal with general questions about the meaning of life, for example in pieces like ´No One`, ´Leave` or ´Wander Alone`. Lon Fright: “Following recent events like the refugee crisis, renewed nationalism, the closing of borders, or demands for increased surveillance and security, these new lyrics are the most socially and politically critical I’ve ever written. But I also see them as a countertrend to all the meaningless stuff around, and not just in the mainstream.”

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