Freedom for Your Life | Flood the World - EP

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Flood the World - EP

by Freedom for Your Life

Genre: Metal/Punk: Post-Hardcore
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1. Cowboys
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3:43 album only
2. Flood the World
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3:51 album only
3. Reflections
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3:12 album only
4. Time As a Burden
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3:28 album only
5. Truth Behind His Story
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3:51 album only
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Album Notes
Recorded at Watts Productions - Clint Watts
Produced by Clint watts & Freedom For Your Life


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Sergio Pereira

Flood the world EP Review
After hearing the lyric video for ‘Truth Behind His Story,’ I wanted to listen to local metalcore/post-hardcore band Freedom For Your Life’s debut EP, Flood the World. The song resonated like it was created by a band who are confident in their songwriting and aren’t obsessed with trying to be the next [insert popular band name]. In an overpopulated scene, which really requires birth-control right about now, FFYL are begging to stand out – and that they do on Flood the World.

Flood the World isn’t about unnecessary breakdowns, nor is it written solely for the windmill-dancing aficionados in the it; it’s about evolving and moving forward. There are numerous atmospheric passages and progressive shifts, as Freedom For Your Life step outside of the generic confines of metalcore/post-hardcore. Nifty changeovers and time signature play ensure that you’ll be revisiting a track, such as ‘Cowboys,’ regularly to pick up something different every time. The songs also have their own unique characteristics and quirks, and you’ll find something different in each passing track to fall in love with, But, perhaps most important of all, instead of asking who FFYL sound like, I’m left knowing exactly who FFLY are.

From the production side, producer Clint Watts has also added a warm tone to the EP and the songs don’t feel overtly polished like so many modern metalcore/post-hardcore albums – it’s a welcome change to hear something sonically different, and not another Joey Sturgis replica.

Overall, FFYL’s debut EP, Flood the World, makes a big statement. This EP could be the game-changer in their burgeoning career.
Best Tracks: ‘Cowboys,’ ‘Reflections’ and ‘Truth Behind His Story’
- Sergio Pereira




sweet! sounding sick