"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."
"'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."
“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.”
“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. ”