Stellar Vector | A Flock Of Cowards

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A Flock Of Cowards

by Stellar Vector

A magnitude of danceable goth, glam, and progressive rock that fills the dark voids between rock and roll galaxies! If you are a fan of King Crimson, Muse or The Mars Volta, you will love A Flock Of Cowards.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Buffalo Jump
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3:39 album only
2. Lacking Self Control
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3:24 album only
3. Will Sans Fear
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4:28 album only
4. The Flock Of Cowards
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4:53 album only
5. February 14th
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4:31 album only
6. Titanic Work Ethic
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4:32 album only
7. Skipping Stones
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4:23 album only
8. The Boy Who Cried Wolf
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4:33 album only
9. E.D.
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3:36 album only
10. Fall-out
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4:42 album only
11. Closing Notes
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4:22 album only
12. The Not So Hidden Song
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0:35 album only


Album Notes
“Buffalo Jump” is how many individuals will be introduced to Stellar
Vector, and the band is able to take a very strong step forward with the
song. The act bounces back and forth between hard rock (Static-X, Him,
MSI) and an electronic approach to thinks. These two sides give Stellar
Vector a unique sound that is further expounded upon with each
subsequent track on “A Flock of Cowards”. “Lacking Self Control” is an
oddly-paced track that further showcases the band’s experimental nature.
Where there is a more carnival feel to pieces of the track, the rock
side of the band touches upon Papa Roach and Buchcherry just as much as
Ozzy Osbourne and Pink Floyd.

“A Flock of Cowards” takes another direction when “Will Sans Fear”
begins. This means that the band links together goth, psychedelic, and
new wave genres into a miniature epic that feeds nicely into the titular
track. “A Flock of Cowards” trades in the psychedelic flair of “Will
Sans Fear” for a sweater and thick-rimmed glasses; Stellar Vector moves
into a Death Cab For Cutie type of emotive rock and keeps things fresh
with a dollop of early-nineties alternative music. The variety of the
different experiences on “A Flock of Cowards” will take listeners on a
ride that continues until the end of “The Not So Hidden Song”, and is a
true testament to how talented each member of the band truly is.
“Fall-out” is an expansive bit of progressive rock that is of note not
only because of how intense it may be, but because it really revitalizes
what many think is a fairly dead genre.

The vocals on “Fall-out” struggle with the guitars for dominance, while
the time-keeping drums become gradually more chaotic as the track spins
on. Where listeners will be able to pull out a solid experience from a
surface listen of “A Flock of Cowards”, Stellar Vector have hidden
themselves in countless nooks and crannies that will only reveal
themselves with continued listening. Pick this album up today.

-James McQuiston, Neufutur Magazine


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