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Right To Fall / Press

"Right To Fall swings a powerful musical pendulum between melodic, commercially palatable hard rock and some seriously unhinged and pound-your-face-in heavy metalcore. Singer Jeremy Scott is the band's biggest asset, switching from singing to near-screamo howls in an instant while the guys playing the instruments follow in an impressive lockstep."

Kevin Oliver - The Free Times

"'Change' (is) a charging hard rock song that slips into a depressive state. The band's presence allows slivers of light to shine through, though walking out of the darkness isn't quite assured. Nice."

Otis Taylor - The State Newspaper

“Right to Fall will premiere the video for "Change" a charging hard rock song that slips into a melodically depressive state. The band's presence allows slivers of light to shine through, though walking out of the darkness isn't quite assured. Nice. The video will be projected onto a large screen for full enjoyment. With Full Color Guilt and Shadow of Myself.”

Otis Taylor - The State News Paper (Otis Taylor's Picks of the Week)

“Right to Fall — Gradually working their way into the upper echelon of local heavy rock acts, Right to Fall is whetting appetites for its next longplayer with a new single and a video to go with it. “Change” was released in audio form last week, and it’s a monster track that showcases the multiple personality disorder that is vocalist Jeremy Scott, who can effortlessly go from a melodic Chris Cornell style to windpipe-strangling screams and back. The video will be premiering in the middle of Right To Fall’s headlining set. K. Oliver New Brookland Tavern: 8 p.m., $5; 791-4413 ”

“Right to Fall play a radio-friendly brand of hard rock. It’s the kind of music you want to play when you’re sewing a black, sleeveless sweater with needles made of sharpened ribs. It’s heavy, it’s gritty, but there’s melody underneath all the aggression. ”