Army of Anyone
What do you get when you put the singer of Filter, 2 guys from STP and
a great sessions drummer? That’s right the new band called Army of Anyone.
These guys have been together for a little while and have released a self-titled album. The album provides listeners with
soft yet powerful lyrics. Richard Patrick picks up were he left of with Filter. The DeLeo brothers, Dean and Robert, play
in their first band without Scott Weiland and they haven’t missed a beat.
Luzier the man behind the drums brings them all together.
The album starts off on a high powered note. A fast pace “Goodbye” gets your
ears stimulated and your blood flowing. The third song “Generation” shows the power sound of the Dean’s
guitar. The forth song has hit written all over it, in fact it is the first single of the album. The ninth song shows of the
talent of Luzier with the added touch of the DeLeo brothers. All throughout this album Patrick’s voice sets of the music behind him. The album has its high and low marks, but those lows don’t dip
very low. The sound of this album speaks for itself. It is a smooth smash hit. This may be Army of Anyone’s rookie effort, but one can tell it’s not the case of the musicians within the band.
My favorite tracks:
Non Stop, Father Figure
It Doesn’t Seem To Matter
A Better Place
Stop Look and Listen
This Wasn’t Suppose To Happen
Website (s): www.armyofanyone.com