Faces of March: Confessions

This Miami, Florida-based group has gone a long way toward living out its rock fantasies. The band has done it their way, from building and using their own studio, to calling the shots as far as how their music is distributed. Not only are they business savvy, but they’ve got a great debut album to boot. The ten tracks on this disc get in, get the job done, and leave just in time for it to all remain fresh and exciting in your memory. Lead singer Gia has a great voice that hits all the notes perfectly without turning it into an ego trip. Producer Paul Trust has put his patented stamp on the proceedings here, allowing songs like “Drowning,” “Broken,” and “Too Late” to become much more than the sum of its parts. This is an album that, if marketed properly, could actually do some chart damage, or at least get this band noticed. There’s a little something for everyone here, and while some folks might be ready to label this group as being along the lines of Evanescence, et al, Faces of March are intrinsically much more exciting. Definitely worth hearing. (Kurfew Records)

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