Outfall | Better Left Unsaid

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Better Left Unsaid

by Outfall

Outfall's "Better Left Unsaid" is an album that looks to bring rock music back to it's roots. The albums driving guitar rhythms and the amazing lead guitar work along with its strong melodies and gripping vocals drive these songs to the edge and back.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Naive
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2. Shadows Light
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3. What You Had To Lose
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4. Moved On
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5. Drowning
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6. Not Forgotten
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7. Letter To The Past
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8. Set You Free
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9. Fractured
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10. Living Blind
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Album Notes
Spawned from group of like minded individuals who were looking to return hard rock to it's roots, Outfall has completed the recording of their debut album "Better Left Unsaid" at Stillwork with Benjamin Jon. With their release of what critics have called "10 stellar tracks", Outfall is now poised to take the rock scene by storm.

Outfall's sound is a powerful blend of the driving guitar riffs of Brendan Morris, the gripping solos of Steve Cote, the progressions of bassist Brendan Boyle, and pulsating rhythms of drummer Jeremy Saltis. The powerfully melodic vocals of front man Jon Brodeur completes the bands five man aural assault.

In 2006 Outfall had the priviledge of opening for national acts such as Shinedown, Trapt, Breaking Benjamin and Evans Blue. Now, energized by the release of "Better Left Unsaid", Outfall is set to push the envelope further than ever before.


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Dave Gilmore

Some of the best music I've heard in a long time
This is one of those CD's that every song is great, very well put together. You can listen to it over and over and never get tired of it. When the second coming out?


totally rocks.
The album kicks-@ss from the first note to the last, and not forgotten is ballad that all great rock albums have. Well worth the money.


Great Album
FINALLY, an album that has brought back the lost art of lead guitar. Very solid album from start to finish.

Jonathan Banister

Freakin Sweet.
This is a very good example of what massachusetts has to offer the rock industry. Bringing rock back to what it should be about, the music.
For an independent recording, its also very professional.
and the cd design and layout... ROCKS! =]


Outstanding Debut CD
Outfall is a Western Massachusetts based band that says they are looking to return hard rock to its roots. Well, this band has accomplished much more than they set out for with their debut CD Better Left Unsaid. There are no low points here to speak of - all ten tracks on this CD are outstanding. There is also great diversity among the songs. From the perfect lead-off track Naïve, to the aggressive high energy track Drowning, to the progressive emotional build-up of Letters To The Past, to the amazing guitar talent showcased on the final track Living Blind, this band offers something for everyone and doesn’t miss a beat along the way. The production of Benjamin Jon at Stillwork is top-notch, and the artwork is more professional than many major label releases.

The bottom line – Better Left Unsaid is a masterpiece among independent rock releases and I highly recommend it. It may not be long before Outfall becomes a household name!