Artist/ Band: Never So Few
Title: The Howling Blizzard Of Signals
Label: Self release
Year of Release: 2006
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The Review:

Hereís another band that combines the modern rock/metal feel with classic progressive rock leanings and that band is Never So Few. I was contacted by them through MySpace and found them to have very interesting music They sent me a promo copy of their The Howling Blizzard of Signals album, which on the first listen I thoroughly enjoyed!

While Never So Few is more a rock band they remind me of a melding of Ozzy-era Black Sabbath and the more progressive version of Tool in many cases. Thereís other gothic style bands that can come to mind but I just canít pinpoint them. They really have great potential in being along side those two bands as a representation of the new era of modern progressive rock/metal. I so look forward to hearing more from the band. Hopefully theyíll retain the raw feel in future releases.

Never So Few is another one of those bands that can help bring fans from the modern rock/metal side into the progressive side, just in many ways that Tool has done. Check this band out. Itís a name youíll never forget! Recommended, hell yes!

Reviewed by Ron Fuchs on September 8th, 2007

Tracks:

1. (Undercover of Darkness)They lay in Wait
2. Slowly at First
3. Doubts (part1)
4. Lost in it all
5. Your Darkest Hour is only 60 minutes
6. After the Storm
7. Doubts (part2)
8. No Resistance

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