Single Review: Arrow Haze: Casino
From the get go, “Casino” introduces an instrumental heavy sound of drums and guitars. The intros of a soft electric melody play along the beginnings of the song, transitioning itself into a hard solo. That solo is blended with the sounds of a hard, yet classical sound of rock that almost appears to be more on the alternative side.
It’s hard to categorize the band’s sound, however the solo is a welcoming beginning.
Accompanying the smooth genuine play of instruments is the vocals of lead vocalist and drummer, Theo Green. Green’s voice meshes well, balancing out the song perfectly. His voice adds a punch to the already hard hitting sound that seems reminiscent to that of bands such as Metallica and the Foo Fighters. Behind the guitars are members karoly Alapi, Matt Ratch and bassist Stef Exelman.
“Casino” is a page torn straight out of the old rock scrapbook, but yet modern enough to grasp the appeal of today’s mainstream listeners. Arrow Haze creates a substance of music that appears to be ready for the airwaves. Hit or not ,”Casino” can and will garner attention.
Arrow Haze’s “Music Factory” will debut on Nov. 23rd.
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