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Chronic Future CD Review

Chronic Future has released its third CD, titled Lines In My Face. Read on to find out whether you should tune into the music of these up-and-coming rockers/rappers!

Chronic Highs

Chronic Future offers an alternative concept to rock music by blending it with rap and punk. The four-member band also showcases three lead vocalists (Mike Busse, guitarist Ben Collins, and bassist Brandon Lee), instead of the standard lone singer. The band, which also consists of drummer Barry Collins, works together to create a unique sound, and collaborates on song concepts and lyrics. The first single is Time And Time Again, a song about how we continually get lost in ourselves. Other notable tracks featured on this rap-rock album are Wicked Games, Shellshocked, and New York, NY.

Chronic Lows

Although Chronic Future embraces and blends different styles of music, peeps may get them confused with other rappers and alternative rock bands, like Jimmy Eats World. At times, Chronic Future's music could even be described as Eminem-meets-Linkin Park, especially in the tracks World Keeps Spinning (A Chronic Future) and Memories In F Minor. However, they're still catchy songs that definitely get your head banging!

The Future of Chronic

Chronic Future possesses talent and a work ethic that will help distinguish them in a new modern age of rock. Keep an eye out for this band, and hear what they come up with in the next few years.

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