This is anthemic rock with big choruses and an electronic influence. It’s modern and addictive, bringing a passion and intensity to the performance that feels easy, natural and unforced.
The electronic and industrial-esque elements on the album are evident from first pressing play. These are incorporated into the band’s thoroughly modern rock at a base level, making them part of what makes the band so good at what they do.
The songs are catchy and memorable, with choruses you can sing along to and verses that stick in your head. It’s the kind of stuff that you instantly feel a connection with, and repeated spins merely consolidates this feeling.
I don’t listen to a lot of rock, preferring the harsher, heavier, more extreme types of music most of the time. Also, I find a lot of rock just dull and uninspiring. Odyssey is the kind of rock that grabs my attention though. It’s very modern, which I appreciate, but has a disguised core of classic hard rock. The former gives the music its style and energy, but the latter gives it its character and depth.
Eve to Adam have impressed. I hadn’t heard the band’s material prior to this, but I’m definitely a convert now. Check this out and get ready to get your rocks off.