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Casey's voice is paralyzing, it puts you under a captivating spell that leaves an eerie, haunted silence when the music stops. I feel that this record has come closer to showcasing his voice, but still leaves me wanting to see Alpha Rev live, where their energetic and honest sound can be truly experienced in every song. Nevertheless, this album truly shows this band's talent-- from Lonely Man to Highways to You Belong, their sound has grown to span different tones and themes, while still retaining the vivacity and uniqueness of Alpha Rev. You can still hear their passion in this album, but I assure you that this recorded album is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Alpha Rev's live talent.

Confident that music is becoming real again

Needtobreathe Reckoning Tour 2012 introduced many to Ben Rector. The Ben Rectour 2013 will introduce many to Alpha Rev. And that is a great thing

I wish they stayed on the path of the City Farm EP

Is it just me, or were songs like "Lonely Man," "Crystal Colorado," "Black Sky," and "I Will Come" better on the City Farm EP? And why is that EP no longer available? And why was the best song from that EP ("Stop Tryin'") left off of this record? I'm just confused. I would have probably liked this album better had I not heard City Farm, but whoever coerced them away from the sound they were developing on that EP sure messed up. This feels so over thought and over produced. This is an example of great songwriting ruined by bad production.


Formed: 2005 in Austin, TX

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed in 2005 in Austin, TX, Alpha Rev came together as the brainchild of singer/songwriter Casey McPherson after the breakup of his previous band, Endochine. Looking for a positive release from his own family tragedies, McPherson uses the band as an outlet for his inspiring and uplifting alternative rock. In 2006 Alpha Rev released a self-titled EP, and quickly followed up the next year with their full-length debut, The Greatest Thing I Ever Learned (originally released independently and then reissued...
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