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REVIEW – Attic Theory Unleash Their Unique Thunderous Riffs And High Energy Performance In “Tapestry” From Their Latest Album "What We Fear The Most"



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Liverpool-based Alternative Groove Rockers Attic Theory release their long-awaited Debut Album 'WHAT WE FEAR THE MOST'. Leading our Rock Digger playlist with their popular raw and honest track “Papier-Mâché”, they continue to impress Rock fans with their unique thunderous riffs and high energy performance in “Tapestry”

 

The track starts with exquisitely inventive melodies and explosive guitars that quickly capture the listener’s attention

 

Frontman Lewis Wright pours his heart and soul as he expresses his emotional connection to the song significantly impacting the listener’s experience.


The lyrics are very well written as they evoke emotions and inspire thoughts, contributing to the song’s overall emotional impact

 

The musical arrangement is very well crafted as it enhances the song’s mood, adding depth to the overall musical piece.

 

Attic Theory’s debut album, ‘WHAT WE FEAR THE MOST’ is released via the bands own label ’ThunderGun Records‘ and distributed by Nova Music Distribution UK LTD, available on all major music streaming services, CD and standard and coloured vinyl. Visit Attic Theory’s store - https://attictheory.store

 

WHAT WE FEAR THE MOST TRACK-LISTING:

1. Violent Delight

2. Tattooed Heart

3. Papier-Mâché (Feat. Kevin Martin of Candlebox)

4. Tapestry

5. Narrow Lines

6. Million Little Things

7. Dare To Dream

8. Sweet Parasite

9. Your Light (Album Version)

10. A Brand New Burden

11. The Legacy (Feat. Lucy Ellen)



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REVIEW – Attic Theory Unleash Their Unique Thunderous Riffs And High Energy Performance In “Tapestry” From Their Latest Album "What We Fear The Most"




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