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!
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!
a music fan just wrote this on his Facebook timeline (He wrote in Portuguese, so with help from Google comes this translation): Forest Field – Lonely Desert Launched in 2016, but only now I had the pleasure of getting to know the songs of this duo consisting of Peter Cox (all instruments) and Phil Vincent (vocals). What makes me happy about such work is to see that music has salvation when artists devoted to the 1st art construct aContinue readingFan review!
Dmitry from Let It Rock on DMME has written another great review for our latest album! You can find it on their website or read it below. Thank you Dmitry! FOREST FIELD – Lonely Desert Rock Company 2016 FOREST FIELD – Lonely Desert Spicy, if not spaced out, interpretation of the Muad’Dib story. Epic choruses abound. Over the years, there’s been a few attempts to harness the essence of Frank Herbert’s “Dune” but only Klaus Schulze had taken it to anContinue readinganother great review!
The famous Progarchy site have published an absolute mindblowing review of the latest Forest Field album Lonely Desert. Reviewer Jay Watson commented on all the tracks and the artwork and gave many songs a 9 or a 10. Here are some edits of his words: I wish I had heard of this musical endeavor earlier on as they are quite good and I really like this album. It is a bit of a concept album based loosely on Frank Herbert‘sContinue readingStunning Review!
Steve Sheppard from One World Music is someone whoe obviously cares deeply about his reviews and puts in a lot of effort to understand the music and give it the words it deserves. And once again he hit the nails on the head with his writing about our Lonely Desert album. From our perspective it is so great when people really take the time to dig in and get the understand what we do! Some excerpts: Forest Field are backContinue readingAnother stunning Lonely Desert Review
Our friends from Rock Melodico have written a great review for Lonely Desert. But since Spanish is not my best language, here a translation to English: Forest Field and a job of excellence in “Lonely Desert” Alex Socco, November 10, 2016 Forest Field are back with their fourth studio work released by the Rock Company label. And saying Forest Field is talking about Dutchman Peter Cox, the brain and mentor of this project which is completed by the voice ofContinue readinggreat Rock Melodico review translated
On the Strutter Reviews page you can now find a review for the latest Forest Field release. In Gabor’s words: Forest Field ‘Lonely desert’ (Rock Company) Already the 4th album of Forest Field, which is a project by Dutch multi-instrumentalist Peter Cox. He does everything by himself except the vocals, which are provided by Phil Vincent, who recorded them in the USA. The result is more or less close to Phil Vincent’s releases, so if you’re familiar with his music, then youContinue readingStrutter talk Lonely Desert
The odayrox website has written some very nice words on the latest Forest Field album. Here they come: “Lonely Desert” is the new album from FOREST FIELD, the band of Dutch musician Peter Cox who write all the music and play all the instruments. in fact, Forest Field is an international project, as American Phil Vincent (Legion, Cranston, Tragik) supply all the vocals. The previous Forest Field album was tested by 0dayrox, but discarded because it was an erratic release, including aContinue readinga VERY RECOMMENDED for Lonely Desert