Upbeat, original and a great blend of genres, ‘Sweet Intentions’ does a good job in keeping you sucked in. The vocals are excellent, matched with good lyrics that i’m sure will resonate with you all day. On the instruments side, the guitar rifts and drum beats flow elegantly together to produce an awesome sound. Overall, a great single by the band Enter The Parodox, if you haven’t already check out the music video below to watch the artists performing live in a zany, fisheye perspective!
LOS ANGELES BASED POP-PUNK, PROGRESSIVE ROCK BAND ENTER THE PARADOX TO RELEASE NEW MUSIC VIDEO AND RADIO SINGLE “SWEET INTENTIONS” FROM DEBUT ALBUM LOVE, LOYALTY AND MAYHEM: PART 1 OUT SUMMER 2015
“SWEET INTENTIONS” GOING FOR RADIO ADDS MARCH 10
(Los Angeles, CA) Los Angeles-based pop-punk, progressive rock band Enter The Paradox release their upbeat single that will surely excite any fans of Blink-182, Fall Out Boy and Muse. Enter The Paradox aim to showcase their high-energy and passionate storytelling through their debut album Love, Loyalty and Mayhem: Part 1 due out Summer of 2015.
“Sweet Intentions” is the first taste listeners will get until the release of their debut, a unique concept that unfolds through the lyrical prowess of front man Brian Bolen.
“From the beginning, I wanted every album Enter The Paradox made to be the essence of a story brought to life. Not just your typical love story, but one much deeper, with twists and turns you just don’t see coming; I wanted it to embody the feel of a psychological thriller with strong archetypal characters and themes,” Bolen states.
Bolen takes all the right risks that will catch anyone’s ear with the complex stories told through each song, a chapter one after another. The album follows the story of a young man named Fibonacci. Through his trials and tribulations, Fibonacci discovers the lessons of love, loyalty and mayhem.
Showcasing a melting pot of styles of cutting-edge rock, psychedelic, pop-punk, and hardcore fused together, Enter The Paradox bring their sound together in ways never before heard.
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