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article imageReview: Christian rock group Everfound releases eponymous studio album Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 22, 2013 in Entertainment
Christian rock group Everfound released their latest self-titled album on July 16 via their record label, Word Entertainment, as part of the Warner Music Group.
Everfound is made up of four Russian brothers, Nikita (lead singer), as well as Ruslan, Yan and Illarion Odnoralov. The Odnoralov brothers either wrote or co-wrote all the songs on the CD, and Seth Mosley and Pete Kipley served as the record’s producers.
“Pyatigorsk” is the album’s introduction and it immediately breaks into the upbeat tunes “Go” and “Unless.”
Many music fans might know Everfound for their soaring single “Never Beyond Repair,” which is a real treat.
Equally stunning are “Count the Stars,” “Hurt,” as well as “God of the Impossible,” which has a rock edge to it.
The only mediocre tracks on this album were “Hallelujah” and “Somewhere New.”
Their ballad “Take This City” is dynamic, meanwhile “We Are Alive” and “What Love Means” are the two stellar tracks that round out this collection of songs.
The Verdict
Everfound’s new CD garners 4 out of 5 stars. It is well-written and an asset to any Christian rock music fan’s record collection. Nikita soars on lead vocals and his brothers are delightful on harmonies. It is evident that all of their years of classical training have paid off. If they continue to release albums of this nature, they are destined to become the next Skillet in the Christian rock genre.
To learn more about Everfound and their new music, visit their official website.
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