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The Arthurs – Glass
And again we return to The Arthurs. This Dutch band interested us so much that we couldn't miss the release of their full-length album 'Glass' which was released on June 26th. The album has 10 songs and we will focus on several iconic ones that make up the original style of The Arthurs.

And again we return to The Arthurs. This Dutch band interested us so much that we couldn't miss the release of their full-length album 'Glass' which was released on June 26th. The album has 10 songs and we will focus on several iconic ones that make up the original style of The Arthurs.  


'Red Letter Days' opens this amazing caravan of rock hits.  The moderate rhythm and grunge guitar provide the basis for a smooth vocal melody. The creeping music of this track is beautiful and hypnotic. 


The song 'Something with Oceans' ignites the lights of romance. In colorful guitar chants, the spin wheels of a mechanical beats and the acoustic guitar tickles the ear. 


'Ghosts of Time' has a mesmerizing square structure that wraps us around the guitar rock and puts us in the right place. The solo, full of turns and melisms, prepare us for the anthem. There many guitar sounds as it should be in rock music, so we catch every active movement of guitarists and sing along with the vocalist. 


The track 'Void' has a grunge rhythm and a gothic lead guitar. The vocal duo shares their experience in a mystical manner. The song is lively in its groove and pumps us with its beats. 


We hear real sincere rock in the song 'I Am the Bogeyman'. The magnetism and steady confidence of the general atmosphere of the composition is worthy of the last hero of our time. 


The Arthurs sets the tone with their album showing the leading position of true rock n roll in the future of all quality music. Thanks to bands like The Arthurs, rock n roll is alive and will live forever. Listen to their full album 'Glass' below on Spotify.