Clandestine – The Invalid

Los Angeles has quite the scene when it comes locally that is.... Female-fronted quartet Clandestine has banned together the elements of rock, metal, pop, electronica, and the sounds of the underground to format a unique sense of style that is refreshingly original.

"Fearless", portrays that sense of knowing what to expect. Clandestine’s ability builds as each song progresses. It's solid ground being so crisp yet so clear that it's an excellent opener to what lays ahead. “Disappear in You", is much heavier as front women June channels screaming and clean singing styles going down the lines of sounding clean as Morgan Lander of Kittie, while crackling the screaming ethics of Flyleaf's Lacey Mosley.  "Silent Sin", "Pretend", and "Dead to the World", all contain their own source of material of catchy hook drawn rock while keeping you at the edge of your seats.

The title track happens to be the longest track offered on this album. In which it showcases what this band is capable of doing as far as building a solid piece. It's slow yet industrial sense invades into the mix while the vocals return to the way they were used on "Fearless". This album progresses its style sense on a solid ground that Clandestine can find themselves walking on for as long as they see fit.

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