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A Killer's Confession 'The Indifference of Good Men' Album Review By Allyson Kingsley

A Killer's Confession

The Indifference of Good Men

Wake Up! Music Group

October 18, 2019

Album Review By Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio


A Killer's Confession hails from Cleveland, Ohio and formed in 2016. The musicians are vocalist Waylon Reavis, Morgan Bauer (drums), JP Cross (bass), Mark Alexander (guitar) and Brock Star (lead guitar). In 2017 they released a debut album Unbroken via EMP group, the label founded by Megadeth's Dave Ellefson. Their single entitled "A Killer's Confession" featured Korn guitarist Brian "Head" Welch. As time moves forward they have gained respect and admiration from their fans as they give 100 percent into their stage performances as well as releasing numerous singles. A Killer's Confession do not sit idle. In 2019 they were signed to Wake Up! Music Group. The Indifference of Good Men is their follow up album and within its sounds they have captured a whole new level of mastering their craft.


You are immediately thrown into the heavy riffs of "It's Not Too Late" as the band enters full throttle territory. "Numb" changes pace in the beginning and slowly builds up to a haunting eerie nuance. "Trust Me" my favorite track, sounds like a Rob Zombie or Wednesday 13 influence, very modern, raucous, and bordering on the extreme.


As we continue the journey through the album A Killer's Confession blend different moods and slower tempo patterns with full throttle blasting compositions. As you listen through the robotic feel of "Reanimated" or the very industrial flavor of "One Step" they manage to mix influences across the rock and metal genres range building structures full of dark emotions and dynamics.


Overall The Indifference of Good Men is highly enjoyable and pleasingly catchy. In essence it is a sumptuous feast of perfectly blended realms.


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