I Prevail - ‘True Power’ Exclusive Hand-Signed CD
In this exclusive for UK fans, we've teamed up with the band and their label - Fearless Records - to offer you a unique chance to own the record on CD, with an insert hand-signed by the whole band!
There are only 200 available, and when they're gone, they're gone!
So in this pack, you'll get...
- 'True Power' CD version
- Rock Sound exclusive signed CD insert
And the tracklist? Well, that looks like this:
01 . 0:00
02. There's Fear In Letting Go
03. Body Bag
05. Bad Things
07. Judgement Day
09. Deep End
10. Long Live The King
12. The Negative
Love this album they have made, such good songs, from scream types to calm and goose bumping levels, seriously recommend it to anyone
Fast delivery, excellent condition. Was really pleased when it was delivered. Absolute banger of an album. Couldn’t ask for anything more
We had a little problem with our order delivery, but they fixed so quickly we were mindblowed.The packaging was great so there was no delivery damage,since lately we see that a lot unfortunately with vinyls and cd's. Delivery was on point aswell
Great album from I Prevail, who continue the more mainstream sound from their prior album but use more loud guitars in this. A couple of songs sound reminiscent of Linkin Park's Meteora sound (Visceral sounds like it has the distorted guitars of Lying From You). Fans of their 1st album (who disliked their 2nd record) might want to give this a shot but may not like the lack of metalcore breakdowns in this one as this album is more of a hard rock/alternative metal album with a good amount of electronics. It does have its heavy moments (Choke and Body Bag) and has more of a heavy rock breakdown feel. However, this should appeal to newer fans. Some really catchy songs though with some amazing clean vocals, good rapping and awesome unclean vocals. This one feels more like a fresh take from their last album and stands out more to me. Stand out tracks are There's Fear In Letting Go, Body Bag, Bad Things, Fake, Judgement Day, Choke and Visceral. However, the entire album flows well from start to finish and concludes with the ballad, Doomed. Overall, a fun album to listen to and comes with a signed insert, which is always nice to add to the collection of other autographs from other bands.