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November 2019
Album Review

Fever 333 - Strength In Numb333rs

FEVER 333 are an undeniable force.
Label: Roadrunner Records / 333 Wreckords Crew
Released: 18th January 2019
Rating: ★★★★
Fever 333 - Strength In Numb333rs
Published: 10:14 am, January 15, 2019Words: Stephen Ackroyd.

Rock isn’t dead, but it has been having a crisis of confidence. In an era of streaming where, statistically, louder bands haven’t been hitting the big numbers, some have chosen to reinvent themselves in a more genre-fluid guise that, while scoring success, lost some of the fire within. 

There’s no such identity crisis for FEVER 333. Formed around the charismatic lightning rod of former letlive. main man Jason Aalon Butler, they’re a pocket rocket revolution. ‘Prey For Me’ thunders, while ‘Burn It’ is a collar-grabbing attention stealer. ‘One Of Us’ might start like Panic! At The Disco dragged from beyond the grave, but quickly descends into something far more visceral, while ‘Am I Here’ flirts with melody. 

FEVER 333 are an undeniable force.

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