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Hot on the heels of 2011’s III, the Christian crunk-rock quintet Family Force 5 keeps the ball rolling with a companion EP to accompany its third studio album. The brothers Olds present two new songs and three acoustic covers of fan favorites. “Zombie” opens strong, with Solomon Olds’ scratch-textured inflections dropping rhymes over towering walls of electric guitar distortion and big muddy beats. When hitting a higher and nasal-toned register on the chorus, he sounds a little like The Beastie Boys’ Ad-Rock. The following “Cray Button” makes good on its title by dropping crazy deep dubstep bass, making for a standout party jam that’s so catchy you have to wonder why it was saved for this EP instead of being included on III as a prominent single. “Love Addict (Backwoodz Acoustic Remix)” shows how much fun someone can have with an acoustic guitar—and the segue from comedic hip-hop to perfect three-part sibling harmonies is extraordinary. The group treads close to Kid Rock territory in “Kountry Gentleman (Gatorbait Acoustic Remix)” with fierce rhyming over front-porch, backwoods slide guitar.

Customer Reviews

Back and Better Than Before/ Well Done FF5!

Family Force 5 has definitely listened to the myriad of fans who saw their last album as a step backwards for the band. Though this E.P. only feature three new songs, it accurately depicts the crazy party band that created the other half of the E.P. Family Force 5 has definitely regained my attention with Zombie and Cray Button, and I am once again proud to brag on them once again. These guys have come back to who they are while still growing their sound and lyrics in this expanding music industry.

not my favorite

I dont think they will ever get back to business up front party in the back, and this is not my favorite. I hope they will get back to their old stuff


Zombie 11/10
Cray Button 11/10
Love Addict 10/10
Kountry Gentleman 10/10
Fever 10/10
Superhero 15/10


Formed: 2004 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Family Force 5, who once went by the name the Phamily, came together outside Atlanta, Georgia in 2004. The Olds brothers (Soloman or "Soul Glow Activatur" and twins Jacob and Joshua, "Crouton" and "Fatty," respectively) plus friends Nathan Currin ("Nadaddy") and Derek Mount ("Chap Stique") make up the band (original guitarist Brad Allen, or "20 Cent," left to play with other Georgia-based groups Everyday Sunday and the Trust), whose "crunk-rock" sound gained them attention from Maverick Records....
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III.V - EP, Family Force 5
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  • $5.94
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: May 22, 2012

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