Fony - Circles - a CD review

Head Banging 10 out of Ten
Leaping about 10 out of Ten
Climbing on furnature 10 out of Ten
Passion 10 out of Ten
Attention keeping 10 out of Ten
Quality of Songs 10 out of Ten
Fony's second Album continues the powerful emotional blast that is their trademark, not afraid to inovate, Fony have used their massive talents to produce some outstanding songs. The band will take you up to the plateau and have you teetering on the edge before bringing you back again, but hold on tight as its one hell of a ride.
Eleven tracks of scintilating post-hardcore/nu metal that will forever be at the front of your record collection.

press release:
The 2002 Album ' Routine Irregular ' was an intense and brooding onslaught, bursting at the seams with integrity. It took a sledgehammer to both cynical preconceptions and musical barriers. Vocalist Olly Gibbons proved himself to be an unselfconcious and frenzied frontman, as proficient with melodies as he was with growling angst. Backed by measured but complex and agitated guitars, as well as hammering drums, the Album was critically acclaimed by the nations biggest music publications.
Now its the turn of their latest Fony release ' Circles ' blasting out of an unsuspecting Surrey scene the quintet have stomped all over the nu-metal hordes and emerged with a sonic slice of angular yet driven metal that will force the world to notice. Produced by Pete Brown at Chapel Studios, Lincolnshire it is released on the 20th of October 2003.
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