Infinite Tone's debut release
IMPOSSI-BULL will surely resonate with those many listeners who have been yearning for a true Rock reveille. This Montreal based duo has seen it fit to restore the essence of loud rebellion laced with sheer raunchy power throughout their first official album. It radiates with social frustration while lyrically illuminating a path to redemption. Such tracks as Burn! and Hypnotized in Heels are driven by fierce keyboard rhythms while tunes like Edge of Time and East Van penetrate deep into one's psyche with scathing guitar leads. Similarly, despite the dichotomy of the ballads, each possesses classic elements strewn with profound harmonies intended on provoking the individual to identify their own unique parallel. Be it the drudgery and apathy beseeched in Impossi-Bull or the implied artificiality of Con-Form-Itty these songs remain qualitatively raw punctuated by incendiary wailings of a tormented nature; A unique sound derived of its own merits. So, how does one repay a system which incessantly forces you to your knees? In this instance, the clear answer is via the music. A cathartic experience, to say the least, that will leave you with a smile on your face as well as a sore knee from the infectious jittering spawned. This musical commentary could not have been more opportune given many of the momentous conditions which we all currently confront on our global platform.