Thursday, March 7, 2013

CD Review: North Carolina Band, Unifier Visits "Colorado" On New Album

From Greensboro, NC come the alternative rockers Unifier with their newly released debut album, “Colorado.” The band sifted through a mass amount of demos to the best dozen songs that represent their sound which combines the hard rock of Switchfoot and Foo Fighters with the progressive sound of The Dear Hunter and Manchester Orchestra. The new album was produced by Jesse Cannon (The Cure, Saves The Day) and was released on February 12 through Autumn + Colour and Round Kid Records.

The album starts off with the up-tempo beats of “Crush” as the band’s pop/rock sound signals the possibility of a hit single. Their more aggressive, harder rock appeal shines through on “Traps,” before hitting the mainstream again with “Colorado.” The slow-building song, “Shadows” shows off the band’s modern alternative rock appeal that is sure to draw some attention their way.

Unifier just announced their March tour which begins in Raleigh, NC before hitting Connecticut on St. Patrick’s Day. To find out more about Unifier, please check out their website at

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