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“Overall “Resilience” is a strong effort for a band honing their skills. They have a good sense of melody and seem to put strong emphasis on atmosphere which is a plus. Things can only get better for this band which appears to have a clear direction. At this rate the band will be finding themselves touring with more national acts and on their way. One can see them touring with the likes of 10 Years, Evans Blue, or Chevelle.”
“While the EP, “Resilience”, is the newest release from Four Nights Gone, the band is showing the music industry that it is no stranger to delivering intense rock music. More so, it is the continued progression of a band who is branching out with finding their own voice and sound”
“Four Nights Gone may be one of the best bands you haven’t heard of. Their latest EP, Resilience, is one of those very radio-friendly, mainstream rock records that will get you so intertwined in the music that you’ll forget to pay attention and just lose yourself in the music. Their catchy guitar riffs and impressive vocals are sure to be a winner with any listener and, with just enough screaming to appeal to those who dislike that aspect of rock, this has all the makings to put the band on the fast-track to the top.”
“Four Nights Gone showed up late to the alternative rock party, but they’re one of few hard rock bands that arrived with a dirty thirty of post-hardcore aggression in-hand. On their second EP, the Staten Island quartet lean on all of the dark chord/melodic chorus/winding lead arrangements you’ll find on Breaking Benjamin’s Phobia, but while they’ve polished their rock radio snare (“Broken Wings”), the band have also thrown a curveball in the faster, bellowing “J. Buck”—a Warped Tour-worthy number, filled with scream-clean vocal switches and speedy, punk drumming. - See more at: http://www.hellhoundmusic.com/review-four-nights-gone-resilience-ep/#sthash.JpKtThNB.dpuf”