EPs & Singles.

Review: Infrared – Self Titled EP.

infraredCreators of Alternative Modern Rock, Infrared released their self titled EP back in January. Bringing modern melodies and 90’s rock together, the band hailing from Milan are led by Tania Tozzo, and led incredibly well if this EP is anything to go by. You can find out more about the band through their website here.

Bringing a fresh rock sound to their EP, the band bring together interesting melodies and harmonies that make for an incredible listen throughout. Tracks such as That Day really pull the best of what this band do together with cinematic, sweeping melodies that really work throughout this record and make for a really big sound on this EP. The riff in track, Wounded brings the songs to life.

Tozzo’s vocals are powerful throughout this record, her voice is strong and harmonises well with those raw guitar riffs this band create throughout this EP – her voice is perfect for rock music and it shows throughout this, but tracks like Once More certainly make it clearest. Once More has a huge hook and that runs throughout these songs, with big choruses and with the power of Tozzo’s vocals that combined with the music, it really works well together.

Though sometimes a little finesse is needed with the sound on this record, Infrared have a great sound that they have truly developed in to their own sound on their self titled and it works really well for the most part – if you like band such as Halestorm, you might like this. Highlights for me on this record are Time and Wounded.

7.5/10.

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