Miss FD - Love Never Dies
Industrial Rock, Electrorock The ever so lovely Miss FD is back with her follow up EP 'Love Never Dies' to her debut album 'Monsters In The Industry'. The EP was released on Valentines Day and might not always have the most fluffy and cuddly approach to the fuzzy feelings of love.

With this EP, Miss FD has taken out the more "experimental" (and by experimental I mean the less radio friendly tunes) parts from the album and continued in that direction. The tracks from the album I am thinking of are "Disgrace", "Elements Off Time" and "Dream Door". They are all within the same style of the EP tracks "Losing Ground", "Temporary Relief" and "Negaverse", where the last mentioned track almost reminds me a bit of Angelspit.

I prefer Miss FD's more easy going material, like the opening track on the EP called "Moment of Fade", in which I think Miss FD shines most brightly. To continue with the album parallel, it's the track most alike my favourites "Break Your Control", "Enter the Voide" and an ongoing list. Still, the EP track ballad "Away From Here" is a very emotionally strong track with a lot of soul, track that breaks the rule of me only liking her more pop'ish tracks.

Just like with a broken heart, things can go dark and spiral downwards, and I somewhat think that the EP does the same. But with time, new love will come and I hope that her next release will let the less dark tunes once again shine through.
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Miss FD - Love Never Dies

The ever so lovely Miss FD is back with her follow up EP 'Love Never Dies' to her debut album 'Monsters In The Industry'. The EP was released on Valentines Day and might not always have the most fluffy and cuddly approach to the fuzzy feelings of love.

With this EP, Miss FD has taken out the more "experimental" (and by experimental I mean the less radio friendly tunes) parts from the album and continued in that direction. The tracks from the album I am thinking of are "Disgrace", "Elements Off Time" and "Dream Door". They are all within the same style of the EP tracks "Losing Ground", "Temporary Relief" and "Negaverse", where the last mentioned track almost reminds me a bit of Angelspit.

I prefer Miss FD's more easy going material, like the opening track on the EP called "Moment of Fade", in which I think Miss FD shines most brightly. To continue with the album parallel, it's the track most alike my favourites "Break Your Control", "Enter the Voide" and an ongoing list. Still, the EP track ballad "Away From Here" is a very emotionally strong track with a lot of soul, track that breaks the rule of me only liking her more pop'ish tracks.

Just like with a broken heart, things can go dark and spiral downwards, and I somewhat think that the EP does the same. But with time, new love will come and I hope that her next release will let the less dark tunes once again shine through.
Feb 18 2011

Patrik Lindström

info@brutalresonance.com
Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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