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“My Amends came out of nowhere and knocked me off my feet with this one. What’s great about this album is the mix of, dare I say, more “radio friendly” songs, and heavier tracks like “Dead and Gone”, which it littered with a rough vocal delivery and thundering drums. To clarify what I mean by radio friendly: songs like, “Do Over”, “Agora”, or their single “Slaves”, could see airtime on any hard rock radio station that still exists. These guys put a lot of distance between themselves and the potential “sell out” label. Their music is rough, but not sloppy. “Wait For It” is a perfect example of this. There’s a moment when it all mellows out with soft guitars, then boom into heavily intricate and intertwined riffs, leaving vocals completely out of the equation. My Amends really is a breath of fresh air for the genre. They may be a fairly new band, but they write as though they’ve played together their whole lives. Acceptions is an album you want.”
“With driving guitars and an emotionally charged delivery unseen since Bitterness the Star-era 36 Crazyfists, South Florida’s My Amends are primed to make an immediate impact on the scene with their intense and gritty debut, Acceptions. .....The most notable, and perhaps scariest, thing about Acceptions, is that they only seem to be scratching the surface. If My Amends only gets better from here on in – all other rock bands need take heed. You’ve been put on notice. ”
“Check out the video from our endorsed artists My Amends, there new song Slaves rocks! And check out our pick in the beginning!”
“My Amends will team up once again with long time friend and producer Adrian Morales-Demori to start working on their sophomore album 'Acceptions', set for release mid-spring 2011 and will be distributed by Ingenious Records. With a couple of summer tours under their belt, sharing the stage with national acts like: Every Time I Die and The Sleeping, and picking endorsements by Clayton USA, Lashbrook Guitars and Silverfox drum sticks, these under-the-radar rockers from South Florida are more than ready to turn heads in 2011.”
“My Amends opened up for Every Time I Die Monday night at the Culture Room in Fort Lauderdale . I first checked these guys out at O’Malley’s Pub in Margate playing the Halloween party show. I remember the energy of their show, and more importantly, how aggressive their fans were; how they sang along and knew the songs. I knew I had been missing out on something good and I wanted in.”
“Why these guys aren't being blasted on rock stations around the state I'll never understand, they definitely have a great crossover sound. From the great guitar work and energetic drumming and singing, they've got mass appeal. The songs hook you, from memorable choruses to lyrics about battling addictions and taking responsibility for your actions, good stuff for sure. I love the bridges between verses because the music meshes together just perfectly to get into your head. Their stage show is great as the two guitarists and bassist definitely have good energy and play off each other during the songs to create a fun atmosphere”
“Artist on Demand band interview”
" Pure anxiety roars out of Broward County FL. My Amends is fierce Rock & Roll...A style with no labels or limits."
"..hard-driving, intensely-emotional sound and brutally honest lyrics."
“My Amends debut EP "That Of A Lion" is an "..Intense, Powerful, Strong with Hoarse emotions, intense riffs and radiant melodies.... Very Good Composition.... rate 8/10.." ”
“Remembering Amends - Former members of Remembering Never, Aeons Apart, On Our Own and more have joined forces in a group dubbed My Amends.”