Salt Lake City Independent hotshot, Andrew W. Boss, has his vision aligned within his mind and has broadcasted that he is evidently ahead of his time over his most recent drop, ‘Invincible’.
Starting off with a vengeance over the album opener, “Avengers”, Andrew touches base on unpeeling the mundane to reveal the momentous and each and every individual’s capacity for greatness. Stirring the hearts of fans of Korn back in the ‘Life is Peachy’ days, Andrew Boss rounds to second with “Kleen” that blazes a fire through a camouflaged invitation to deeper aliveness utterly profound and sobering in its simplicity by the invaluable gift of being unanticipatedly shaken into living. Picking up the pace over the third track, “Invincible”, Andrew confronts a glimpse of grim darkness within that leads to an external exhale upon the revelation of his own invincibility. After a period of feeling suffocated within, Andrew overcomes having experienced the confusion of his deep, abysmal mind being shunned as he comes out on the other side to bring to life a piece of vulnerable and compelling musical art over the fourth track, “Decay”.
Slowing down with a track that looks dead into the mirror with a barefaced approach, “Break Down” challenges the past that Andrew walks through and owns with pride as he showcases that he is furthest from sidetracked when it comes to never looking back. “Mist of Grey” is the eighth track that is placed within the album just in time with a bone-chilling intro that leads to a hardcore instrumental breakdown amongst lyricism traversing through a collision course inside the heart and mind of Andrew Boss. If you miss the good ol’ days of Rage Against The Machine telling it how it is both straightforward and raw, then “Let Me Hear You” is the menacing track modern-day track that is screaming your name. Presenting his dynamic approach to creating music with ease, Andrew switches up the vibe over the eleventh track, “Breaking Bridges”, that crawls over the bridge of troubled water which later is lyrically reconstructed along the way. Closing out an album that is a full-out punch in the gut, “Regret” is reminiscent of Fred Durst in his prime spitting bloodthirsty messages within every rhyme.
If there are skeletons in your closet that you have yet to dare to face, then ‘Invincible’ is the slap in the face that’ll awaken you to your truth and have you digging deep into your roots.
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