by MythofRock

Empty Frame, the Greek rock band known for their haunting melodies and eclectic instrumentation, makes a return with their latest album, “Underdogs”. Empty Frame’s frame isn’t empty, since their music is brimming with vibrant and captivating songs that will undoubtedly delight lovers of rock and heavy rock music. Empty Frame boldly ventures into new sonic territory, embracing a heavier, more electric sound with a post, psychedelic and progressive direction. While their signature melodies and the use of violin and cello remain present, the album’s fresh sound is unmistakable and warmly welcomed. The album is a treasure trove of brilliant song ideas, intricate arrangements and profound performances. Empty Frame expertly incorporates vintage influences from the 70s, seamlessly blending them into their modern sound. The result is a captivating fusion of past and present, where classic rock elements meet contemporary innovation. The male vocalist channels echoes of Rod Evans (ex-Deep Purple, Captain Beyond) and Richie Wise of Dust, infusing the album with a nostalgic yet dynamic vocal presence. The violin and the cello further add depth and texture to each track. “Underdogs” is the result of Empty Frame’s artistic growth and musical prowess. Each song takes listeners on a fantastic journey, inviting them to explore the depths of melody and emotion.  For fans of melodic heavy rock with a post, psychedelic, and prog twist, “Underdogs” is sure to become a cherished musical obsession. Dive into the world of Empty Frame and let “Underdogs” take you to a place you won’t soon forget.

♦ 8/10

Dimitris Zacharopoulos




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