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New album Mystery & Mayhem is coming

The last couple of years have proven to be a challenge for many people, and this proved also true for Forest Field. But step by step the recordings for new album Mystery and Mayhem were completed and finally finished, resulting in the most modern sounding Forest Field album to date. It seems this sixth full length album is the first that does not have a (lyrical) theme running through it. Instead it is focusing on delivering the most diverse andContinue readingNew album Mystery & Mayhem is coming

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Seasons – Song by Song: 9/12

Just a couple more tracks from the Seasons album to feature here. And hopefully by the time this series finishes, I will be able to start working on the next album! While Autumn Sky might be one of the more heavier short tracks on offer, it still holds a catchy chorus. The lyric wonders about how we as a race so often fall for obvious bad guys. What is it in them that makes us dumb, deaf and blind? InContinue readingSeasons – Song by Song: 9/12

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Seasons – Song by Song: 8/12

On with the series, so time to write a few words about song 8 on the Seasons album: A Silent Cry. And even when it is hard for me to chose favourites, it is safe to say this is one of them. There are a number of reasons for me to really like this song. First the lyric. Being ever the optimist, lines like “life and how to survive it”, or “for your dreams to come true” and many others,Continue readingSeasons – Song by Song: 8/12

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Seasons is released today!

Already our new album is already receiving great reviews, with 4/5 or even 5/5 stars! Makes us so proud! And today it is officially released, whoohoo! Wanna buy / hear it? Check with: Rock Company Bandcamp Spotify Bol.com iTunes CDBaby etc! #progrock #melodicrock #elaboraterock Thanks for support!!

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First reviews for Seasons are in!

When releasing a new album, no matter how proud you are, there is always some anxiety involved in how it will be perceived. Well, if the first 2 reviews we got count as the example, I think it’s gonna be alright. The first one is from the wonderful wordsmith Dmitry Epstein, giving the album a whopping 4/5 star rating. You can read his thoughts here. Next someone who was offended by the artwork of Angels? but decided to give SeasonsContinue readingFirst reviews for Seasons are in!