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Audio Nation / Press

“For audio Nation is important melodic, handling mood and emotions. The severity level and gloomy post-the grunge sound falls intimate and organic. Freedom of the game the team goes hand in hand with remarkable imaginative composer and executive. Musicians also often prove what power can have music, not even supported by electricity or electronics. Listen to it nicely. It is quite amazing, especially when you consider the fact that the musicians recording your music played together only by less than a year. I therefore consider that the album " Wait it out "is very promising and a good omen for the future of music. Any fan of the genre should know this album.”

“Also fared well attempt to enrich the sound, and soaking it sounds saxophone. You're probably wondering - grunge and saxophone? Hmm, well im out such a connection, I would say interesting and thrilling.Here we find first of all stylish, fine ballad on the border grunge and rock, with elements of stoner-and blues-rock, and salsa.”

“I'm struck by how in sync Audio Nation is on every track, despite the melodic and rhythmic complexity of its music. The band has raised the bar for itself on this album and is up to the challenge. Gummi and Palli provide a skillful foundation and expert transitions in the songs. Falk spins a melodic web that embraces each tune. Gisli has a passionate rocker voice that's easily distinguished. He also writes thoughtful, concise lyrics with vivid imagery.”

“I won't waste any time in telling you that if you love rock music, you should own "Wait It Out."”

““A guitar strums and a man whistles a tune...then a male vocalist sings...a story..."Looking up at the light at your cold dark face...from my grave .. buried ten feet deep in this pile of shame..I'm to blame.. '' so I beg for more.. so I beg for more.." The vocalist has a great vocals! I love this track! It is so grim..I love the beats.. the melody .. the harmonies .. it was enchanting...and spellbinding...””

Anonymous - Review from Reverbnation

““The tones in this song are nice. Right from the vocals to the band. The band is supporting the singer well, using just the right amount of dynamics and not play over him. Beat is good. The rhythm and lyrics are well done. I think the lyrics are thought provoking and keeps me interested. The melody and harmony well done as well. This is a pretty good song and will appeal to a large crowd.””

anonymous - Reviews from Reverbnation

“Audio Nation is a rock/grunge/blues band whose music has power, intelligence, and artistry. Their songs have an organic flow, pretty amazing considering that their current band members have played together for less than a year. My favorite songs follow the grunge/rock tradition of Pearl Jam and Stone Temple Pilots. Since I'm a cup-is-half-full kinda gal, "Summer Song" and "Little Boy" (which are as understated and beautiful as Pearl Jam's "Just Breathe" or "You're True") capture my heart. The depths they reach in "My Grave," on the other hand, reflect an intimate knowledge of guilt and hopelessness. Audio Nation is working on its first single now, so be on the lookout for it! Audio Nation”