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EverLevel - Future AOR / Melodic Hard Rock from Spain - Currently Digital Release Only


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After the obligatory pandemic lockdown, AOR / Melodic Rock act EVERLEVEL is back with their new album titled “Future“. While it wasn’t possible to play shows, EverLevel has been busy composing and recording their new material and are delivering here no less than 16 songs.
The original working title for the new album was ‘AorWork’, and this give you an idea of the music packed on this record alone. This is a mix of ’80s inspired melodic hard rock tunes with strong AOR melodies all over served with detailed arrangements and polished production.
EverLevel is a bunch of experienced musicians that have been working together since the mid-Eighties and under different names, however always with passion for classy, timeless AOR.

EverLevel put out an indie album in the early Nineties, then they changed the name to La Fase releasing a self-titled CD which gained a solid reputation and reviews back in the day. After that they continued playing and recording under the name Arka (one album), and then EverLevel again.

“Future” is plenty of energetic songs full of melody akin the classic era for the genre, updated to current times. The album’s new title refers to hope of better things to come after Covid-19, but judging the material on offer the original ‘AorWork’ would have perfectly fit the enjoyable music on it.

01 – Luvless Angels
02 – In Our Hearts
03 – Life Aint Easy
04 – Caution Caution
05 – Waiting 4 Love
06 – Dangerous
07 – Feelings = Magic
08 – Must Be a Sign
09 – LovinGame
10 – Always Running
11 – So I Can’t Go On
12 – Crystal World
13 – Bleeding
14 – Underground
15 – Spirit Dancer
16 – Forever Ones

Lead vocals and guitars – Javier Garcia Uriarte
Keyboards and backing vocals – Jesus Herrera Vera
Bass and backing vocals – Gonzalo Sanchez Machado
Drums and backing vocals – Alberto Rodriguez

Future by EverLevel on Amazon Music Unlimited

 

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Yeah, songs are simple and kind of okay... but sound quality is very poor. 

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Disappointing album, this one. To be honest, this sounds like a demo that they'd submit to prospective labels in the hopes of landing a deal. But nothing on this album sounds like a final product, unfortunately. Would love to hear these exact same songs with a strong production job and I hate saying stuff like this, not knowing if the dude is the heart of soul of the band, but the band would benefit highly from a strong lead singer too. 

New vocalist, well produced songs, and these guys would be very worthwhile. 

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