MajorVoice – Morgenrot | Album Review

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For the vocal lovers, MajorVoice has a treat for you with “Morgenrot.”

This is an album constructed with each song as it’s own story filled with heartbreak, fulfilling your dreams, karma and even a track that ‘s it’s own detective novel about a killing. It’s an packed with interesting lyrics for those who want to learn the story to each song. The storyteller is MajorVoice and as the name suggests, there are massive vocals. It’s rare to come across a baritone vocalist doing alternative/indie music. I was immediately caught off guard as soon as the vocals started on “Waves of Love.” So much depth, power and control!

There are a number of tracks in German and my German is as basic as it comes, but I didn’t find the tracks unenjoyable simply because of my limited knowledge. They music in these tracks paired with the vocals still spoke to the music lover in me as I feel it will with all listeners.

This is a big album, the music will pull you in with it’s classic yet modern arrangements and keep intriguing you until the very end.

If you’re looking for something new to try out, this is a great choice. It’s not the traditional style of rock we review, but music has not barriers and if it speaks to you, it also enriches you. Out this Friday. Go discover something new.

Album: Morgenrot
Label: NoCut / SPV
Genre: Alternative/Indie
Release Date: January 22, 2021
Rating: 4 of 5


Waves of Love
Ruf Mich
Sunbed in the Rain
Die ganze Zeit
Live This Day Forever
Kein Meer zu Tief
Wenn du Gehst
I’ll Remember You
Lullaby of Pain
When You love Someone
I Believe

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