Overman – Move On review

From the hammering first 3 notes, I could tell Overman’s Move On was special.  It pushes the angsty anger of a undeniable break up with is thunderous rhythm and screaming leads.  It’s as if they took Sweet Melissa from the Allman Brothers, spit in her face, threw dirt on her and left her for dead – not a pretty picture, but it gives you the feeling great music should.  Red Hot Chili Pepper’s-esque vocals provide a moody melody for the verse and chorus, and once Overman’s jam comes in, you are happy to get out of that place they forcefully put you in.  Bass and electric guitar interplay, the drums soldier through and the song lends itself to a stomping whiskey fueled bar chant that I hope to be a part of soon.   http://www.overman.info

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