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Lyrics and melodies with an elusive sound; Morrow’s Memory, a band introducing Joe Wolford on lead guitar, Zach Novak on drums with percussion and lead vocalist, Tony Fitchett were forged in the Metro-Detroit area of Michigan. They have been making projects since 2009 and still going strong.

On their EP, "Take Control" which was released on July 24th of this year, Morrow's Memory start off the piece by the first track called, "Bloodlust". The guitars open softly until banging of the drums come in before an early guitar solo. Kind of reminds me of a werewolf readying its fangs to bite into anything it can find for the dawning of the moonlight. The lyrics entices into tearing into the flesh and making someone suffer. "Bloodlust" is a theme of a thirst for gaining power and control as one will not stop until the job is done. On the second song, "Ones and Zeros", Morrow's Memory illustrates a picture of the paranormal; in this case, The lyrics are a metaphor about relationships of people burning bridges to get ahead but in the long run that person is losing sight of what's really important and that is to not be consumed by money and greed. The guitar riff comes off nicely and the drums and snares are kept at a constant. 

The song that I felt very interesting to listen to is "For You''.  The song in deep detail is about conquering your inner demon that could be summed up as a love/hate relationship. The lyrics bring a intuitive view of how someone can withstand treatment as bad as it could possibly get but still have the heart to not give up. I felt that after listening to the track, how sweet it was to feel good after
 hearing something that touches the ears and at the same time show that this group above all needs to be part of the industry to join the likes of Metallica, Rob Zombie, Led Zepplin and Ozzy Osborune and so forth. The other two songs "Sapphire" & ''Find My Own Way" both embody the essence of the three aforementioned songs. From taking a step back and really looking at how the project was made; I realize that this group was well put together and they deserve to be recognized as iconic in the near future. If I had to rate, Take Control", I'd give it an  8 out of 10 for creativity, being metaphorically honest, and a great band that has more in the tank, believe me.

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