DREAMERS CRIME – NO COMPROMISES
Release date: Nov 17, 2017
- The Pulse
- We All Know Now
- I Believe in You
- Here We Are
- Interstellar Nights
- Lost Connection
- Breathe Again
- No Compromises
- Love Kills Heroes
Sydney’s Dreamers Crime announced that they would be releasing their brand new album ‘No Compromises‘ on Friday November 17. This will be the band debut album and it brings it all fans were treated to the single Here We Are on October 13th which was just a small taste of what’s to come in November.
The Pulse is the opening track on the album the start has a few seconds of what sounds like a heart monitor beeping before the guitars chime in with their riffs and you are hit with the screeching vocals from fount man Peter
We All Know Now sees you smacked with some rather heavy drum work before slowly toning down just before the guitars come in with some rather heavy guitar riffs the powerhouse vocals will grab you and drag you along for the ride
I Believe In gives of that rather radio friendly vibe with its catchy vocals that almost make it impossible to not sing along to at some point threw out the tack it falls just short of being 3 minutes long, giving that longing that just leaves you wanting more, lucky for us this is only the 3rd track
Here we are was probably my favoured on the album with the guitars smashing out those riffs the vocals from Peter let you hear the story behind the music, making it the perfect sing along for a packed out house at their shows.
Secrets sees us at the half way point to the album as the tracks continue to bring that wow factor toning the vocals down slightly from a couple of the other tracks, before the chorus starts making it hard to just sit there without at least bopping along a little and perhaps even throw a little air guitar in to.
Interstellar Nights We are met with another radio friendly tack as the heavier vocals are toned down a little bringing us more of and upbeat feel as the vocals show us a different sort of emotion from the last tracks and more of pop feel to It before the last couple of seconds sneak in a couple or those riffs we can’t help but love
Lost Connection sees some of the best guitar work we have heard on the album with the powerhouse vocals taking us on yet another story the vocals I’m fighting alone, something feels beyond my control are repeated threw out the track staying with you even when the track has ended.
Breath again sees us almost at the end of the album as each track has taken us on a new journey bringing us catchy tunes heartfelt vocals head banging beats and riffs that leave you wanting more Breath again does all of the above the vocals are catchy and leaving wanting to have it on repeat.
No Compromises one of the longest tracks on the album and probably a good thing any shorter and it really wouldn’t have done the song justice power house vocals from peter matched with the brilliant riffs from guitars, bass and heavy beats from drums are sure to make this track a fan favourite
Love Kills Heroes the final track to the album and what an album it is taking a big step back and finishing with an acoustic track that really shows just how much this Sydney group have to offer peter will fill you with all sorts of emotions tugging at those heart strings to take you on a final roller coaster ride right before he brings you to a complete stop.