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Wake Shows the Talent and Broadness of Brightwood

This album is a subgenre of music in and of itself. Songs like Sound the Alarm and Cloak and Dagger are more raw and edgier sounding than some of Brightwood's earlier songs. The rest of the album is an improvement on an already great EP. Hauntingly reminiscient and beautiful would be a good word to use to describe the overall feeling.This is an album to buy and listen too in its entirety, and it offers up an eardrum massage. Whats great is that the album was their own; No "fixes", overdone editing, or producers input.

The album has a Northwest feel.

It's very intimate. Really kind and personal, yet doesn't lack the punches whatsoever. This Portland Oregon band is taking not only the region, but the country by storm with their incredibly melodic rock sounds. It shines on in tracks like Wake, Taken, and Swan Song. But the whole album is consistent with the feel. Amazing artwork too. I suggest this to fans of bands like Copeland, Early November, and Acceptance.


I have been waiting for this album for almost 6 months now and it certainly didnt disappoint! This band has a unique sound that just eases the listener from one song to the next and before you know've played the entire album six or seven times. cant wait for the tour.

Wake, Brightwood
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