The F-use Destructive Pop Rock
One of the latest releases from The F-use is a massive, gritty, edgy, hard rock powerhouse of a track that will melt your face before it gives you a catchy chorus...before going back to melting your face again.
"For The Love Of God" is well worth the three minutes of your time, especially if you want to hear what you've been missing for oh so long.
This track destroys on many levels and does so with a certain youthful gusto and insanely fuzz toned pop rock overtone as guitars hit hard with a ferocious riff and vocals border on melodic screams that can only be done with a love for the craft.
Think Foo-Fighters but with way more balls. If you're familiar with Frank Black (Pixies) solo record Teenager of The Year, it's something like that but younger and a touch more brutal.
One of the best parts about this is that it still boasts so much pop. It's loose but tight, it's grimey but clean, it's sonically a kick in the groin. And you want all of it as loud as possible.
A terrific music video accompanies this killer single and it's ultra fun as well as it shows the one guy who helms this entire project. And when I say "helms" what I mean is, he literally writes and performs everything from drums to guitar to vocals.
Songwriter Matthew Estevez brings the songs from his head to your ears and the man is an absolute weapon at it.
Now, if you dig "For The love Of God", you're bound to love "Find Yourself", another single released under The F-use which has a slightly different feel but still holds pretty true to that staple sonic tone.
Check out the video for "For The Love Of God" below and enjoy this badass song.