Not so long ago I posted the word Jorge wrote on our Lonely Desert album. Now he has gone back in time a little and picked up the Angels? album. Here is what he wrote about it (translated by Google from Portuguese): Forest Field – Angels – Peter Cox’s request not to take this album too seriously, should be regarded as a moment of good humor, as well as the cover of the album. The opening track, Broken Wings, totallyContinue readinganother fan review!
We are still absolutely floored by the news that our album Angels has won the 2015 One World Music Radio award for Best Rock Album! On the show page you can see all the nominees in all the categories and have a listen at the award show podcast. The title track of the album is featured in the show: http://oneworldmusic.co.uk/#/owmr-awards/4581224063 If you wanna have a listen visit the album page and if you would like to own it, itContinue readingAngels? wins 2015 OWMR Award for Best Rock Album!
On Forest Field: AOR with a little Prog influence? Functions pretty well in case of Forest Field’s third album In all honesty, the band name is a bit of a mistake, because behind it we find a duo: from the US Phil Vincent (Legion, Tragik) on Vocals and Dutchman Peter Cox (Chinawhite, Earthshine) handles all instruments (Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Drums). But with the quality on offer, we will not make a problem out of this a powerful release ToContinue readingNew Review!
Hi all, wanted to let you know our album Angels? is nominated for best rock album of 2015 on the One World Music Radio awards 2015.Needless to say we are very proud of that. Check the Nominees and catogories here:http://oneworldmusic.co.uk/#/owmr-awards/4581224063 There is also a possibility to vote for Peter in the Peoples Choice award. Another big honor! And last but not least; reception in the press has been the best so far. Makes us more determined to try to makeContinue readingNominated for OMWR 2015 Awards!
Famed site Strutter has published an amazing review of our latest album on their site. It reads: Forest Field ‘Angels?’ (Rock Company) Forest Field is a Dutch project lead by Chinawhite guitarist Peter Cox. The album Angels? features Peter not only playing guitar, but also bass, keyboards, mellotron, piano, drums and organ, while for the singing part we can hear good old American singer Phil Vincent, who is also a multi-instrumentalist and a regular feature in the melodic rockscene. PhilContinue readingAmazing review on Strutter!
The Dutch Progressive Rock Pages (who by the way are an international webzine) have done a great review of our latest album Angels? Some Quotes: *If there was to be a prize for the most misleading cover of a prog rock CD, I would certainly nominate the Dutch band Forest Field. Their third CD, Angels?, comes in a carton card box with a cartoon on the cover showing a naked girl wrapped in yellow tape that carries the text “Caution, KeepContinue readingGreat review DPRP
And again a more favorable review from my home country. Seems the reviewers are finally warming up a bit to the Forest Field sound 😉 Here some quotes: * I have to credit Peter for focussing on the rock element, the compositions have an extra crunch, mainly because of the overly present guitar solos and melodies that Angels? holds. * Listen to his guitar solos on the instrumental In Excelsis and you hear he really has the skills andContinue readingReview Background Magazine
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Spanish site Rock Melodico did a review on our new album. Google translates the review as: Forest Field is the project of Dutch musician Peter Cox (formerly Chinawhite) , with vocalist Phil Vincent ( Legion, Tragik , D’ Ercole) . ‘Angels ‘ is the fourth studio work and presents a different sound to earlier releases: if before things went more for Ambient and instrumental prog, here Cox and Co. decided the majority of songs are in a style that willContinue readingRock Melodico review