Исполнитель: (Hed) P.E. Альбом: Evolution Год: 2014 Страна: USA (Huntington Beach, California) Стиль: (Rasta) Metal/Punk/Reggae Битрейт: 258 kbps VBR V0, Lame 3.98r Длительность: 00:52:24 Издатель: Pavement Music Размер: 97.60 МБ Треклист: 1. No Turning Back – 5:26 2. Lost in Babylon – 4:39 3. Jump the Fence – 5:07 4. 2 Many Games – 4:24 5. No Tomorrow – 3:22 6. Let It Rain – 4:14 7. One More Body – 4:03 8. Never Alone – 3:30 9. The Higher Crown – 1:40 10. Nowhere 2 Go – 5:41 11. Let It Burn – 5:23 12. Hold On – 4:55
Информация: The quest to uncover the truth has given California-based hardcore pioneers (Hed)p.e. new life. While the band has weathered the stormy waters of the music business for over a decade and enjoyed a slew of successful albums, it’s their quest for answers that has given them purpose.
I believe (Hed)p.e’s longevity is due to the fact that our records are more than just music,” concludes Jahred. “Some of the greatest artists have used their music for social commentary. Bands like Rage Against the Machine, System of a Down, Sex Pistols, and The Clash, have all empowered their fans to rise up to fight injustice. Since we’ve got involved with The Truth Movement, I’ve heard from thousands of fans who are excited that we’re using our music to explore things other than girl and boy problems. The best bands use their music for more than dancing and getting wasted.”
(Hed)pe has their sights firmly set on the New World Order and they are using their brand of hardcore to bring it down. While early (Hed)pe albums found them mixed up in the rock n’ roll lifestyle, the group have been reborn to become the voice for a movement that empowers the youth and explores Secret World History, and at the same time promotes unity and political activism. Always pushing the envelope, (Hed)pe’s new album EVOLUTION is built on heavy dark riffs and deep, solid grooves.
*** Staying true to the (Hed)p.e. standard of change and growth both personally and musically, the new album "Evolution" takes the band back to their metal and underground roots they grew up on as kids. With tracks like "One More Body" and "No Tomorrow" holding down the metal and aggressive front, to the Led Zeppelin infused track "2 Many Games", this album delivers every style imaginable and even rounds the album out with three reggae inspired/infused album closers.
In a time when so many bands are playing it safe and going through the motions, whether it be out of fear of failure or lack of new ideas, (Hed)p.e. embraces change and ""Evolves" with their greatest work to date.