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EURASIANEYES-Call Your God

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 21, 2015 by TheManicBlogger

eeyesBritish Progressive-Rock duo, Eurasianeyes are putting the finishing touches on their soon to be released album. The first single, “Call Your God“, was forwarded to me, and with luck, I actually received it. The track is up tempo, filled with exciting synthesizers, a wonderfully powerful drum track and some incredible guitar from Peter Steer, of Tenek fame. The haunting ambiance, and contagious melody  reminds me of Ultravox. Very cool. Written and produced by Eurasianeyes themselves, being Paul Russell & Mel Bell, the song is all the evidence I need to see that original progressive rock lives on.

You can check out all Eurasianeyes music at: http://eurasianeyes.bandcamp.com/

 

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great intro….way cool synthesizer, original progressive rock lives on….great melody….up tempo…kraftwerk style…dynamite keys…wonderful drums…album in the works..can’t wait….great bridge/chorus..way cool changes..

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EURASIANEYES-Silent Cries

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 15, 2013 by TheManicBlogger

eeIt’s been a long time since I’ve listened to Synth-rock, and Eurasianeyes, the duo from Sunderland, U.K., have piqued my interest with their debut EP, Silent Cries. released in July 2013.

The opening track, “Afterworld“, has a wonderfully full sound, reminiscent of 1980’s synth-rock, and yet remains original. The vocals are great. The melody, superb. The effects and transitions, brilliant. “Chaos In Your Mind” has a beautifully, ethereal opening as it erupts into a great melody with strong vocals. The instrumentation of “Guardian Angel“, follows the vocal melody line and provides a great beat, incredible production techniques, and a kick ass ending.” Jealousy” is more upbeat than the other tracks, but continues to provide a great melody. The very cool, but somewhat off kilter melody of “Silent Cries“, make it the highlight of the album for me. With a great beginning and ending, spectacular transitions and the use of scales in between, this song is what synth-rock is about.

ee2Eurasianeyes are Paul Russell and Mel Bell. They developed their love for synth music in the 1980s, listening to Ultravox, Gary Neuman, and Depeche Mode. Their music is melodic and full.  Their songs are well crafted and well executed. If you are a synth-rock fan, this could be what you’ve been looking for.

You can listen to Eurasianeyes here:   http://www.reverbnation.com/eurasianeyes

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Eurasianeyes will be featured on New Music Mondays on  Radio That Doesn’t Suck on October 21, 2013 at 12pm, 6pm and 10pm, EST. Listen in for interview and music.

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