FINGER ELEVEN RELEASES NEW ALBUM ‘FIVE CROOKED LINES’
Canadian alt-rock band Finger Eleven released their long awaited seventh album today, Five Crooked Lines. This album delivers twelve solid tracks of electrifying rock with each track taking a slightly different flavor, ranging from softer country to hardcore head-banging rock. The lead single “Wolves and Doors” takes on a country twang with its guitar-heavy melody, whereas “Not Going To Be Afraid” has a bright, fierce edge. The title track, “Five Crooked Lines”, is a high-powered cut with an infectious, driven beat. “Come On, Oblivion” is a seven-minute track that takes things back a level and plays with dynamics with its tempo and emotion changes.
Purchase the full album here, and give Five Crooked Lines a listen on Spotify below.