Creed – Full Circle Review

Creed

Full Circle

After eight years Creed have returned with their fourth studio album Full Circle.

The album opens with Overcome, a fantastic opening which seems to be the complete opposite of their earlier work, with a set of more fast paced songs giving the album an enjoyable and unconventional (for Creed) opening which is maintained throughout the album.

Yet despite a great opening there is a section in the middle of the album that is just awful and brings down the album as a whole. Songs like Rain, Away In Silence and Good Fight are songs that just remind anyone who dislikes Creed, why they dislike Creed, as they are incredibly slow, boring and they don’t fit in with the album.

Overall the album is great for People who like Creed as it is something new but still maintains their old style, and for people who haven’t heard Creed this is a good buy as it is an album with a solid track listing with one or two songs that go against this.

8/10

Highlights: Overcome, Suddenly, Fear.

Myles Kennedy Solo Album

I have been locked away working on my recordThere don’t seem to be enough hours in the day to get everything done. It’s been an amazing experience. I’m working with some great people. I’ll go into more detail at a later date.

Myles Kennedy revealed on his Myspace blog, that he will be releasing a solo album, whilst his bandmates from Alter Bridge are on tour with then reformed Creed.