MP3 Structure - Lights
Modern rock music with driving guitars, solid drums and huge choruses...
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''Lights'' Album Review (self-release 2007)
By: Gonzo The Silenced
The Edge Magazine - March 2007
Structure, a long-running band that''s been active since the central members were some fourteen years old, has really shown their sense of professionalism with their latest release, ''Lights.'' To start, the press kit is the most compact and professional kit I have ever seen. Their official website, https://www.tradebit.com, is the most professional site I have ever seen for an unsigned band. The digipack edition of ''Lights'' looks like something a major label would be afraid of putting out. The photographs are top-notch and that''s coming from a very picky photographer. Structure has all this going for them, and I haven''t even gotten to their music yet. Sonically, these guys are at the top of their game. Heavy, loud, and radio-friendly as hell, Structure may well be the far-superior heirs to the Radio Rock Throne still vacant in what I thankfully call the post-Creed era. No other area band anywhere has their shit together like Structure. It certainly merits investigation of their infrastructure by other unsigned bands, of which this band certainly should not be. Nay, this band should be modern rock royalty. I wouldn''t be surprised if Structure were the Big Thing when I wake up next Thursday.
--- Gonzo The Silenced