Groove Fetish’s newest album ‘See It All” is one of my favorite up-and-coming Jam acts most recent studio accomplishments. I've had this album for a few months now and haven't had the time to review it in full length. I keep this album in my car, and listen to it whenever I get the need for some extreme jamming.
From the opening song, “Lost Souls” to the end track “gods of nature,” ‘See It All’ truly has something for everyone’s musical tastes within it. My favorite track has to be “The Wizard” just because of its dark and foreboding transitions. Groove Fetish stays on the edge of high-powered jams and a mix of heavy rock-metal, without overdoing it.
The vocals and songwriting are well done and that adds an element that is rare within the Jam world. While still approaching this album with a Jam sense in mind, I believe Groove Fetish takes many influences from alternative rock, grunge and 90s music in general. They do not however rely solely on these influences and add jazz, blues and rock standard techniques to give their music a traditional balance, as well as, making it highly accessible to any audience. Drew Massey is a great drummer but I think he is an even better businessman, single handily running the Southeastern Jam scene. I love his artwork-posters and business attitude. Keep up the good work Groove Fetish and I look forward to seeing you perform soon.
If you haven't checked out GF or ‘See It All’ do it right now!
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