Social Strife was one of my hardest reviews to date, but in a good way. It took a few listens of the album and I still didn’t know how to start off the review. I enjoyed it a lot but had no way to accurately describe their sound as they have their own style.
The lead singer, Sean Farro, has his own unique sound. The closest I could come to slapping a label on the band would be retro rock and punk. Played in the jeep on a short road trip – my wife and I were satisfied and the metal teens in the back seat did not complain, which is always good thing.
You really need to pick up their CD and listen to it yourself.
Lead Vocals: “The Unicron” Sean Farro;
Lead & rhythm guitars, backing vocals: “Nick DePaul”
Bass guitar & backing vocals: “Matt Cormier”
Drums & percussion: ”Grame Michaud”
Recorded, Mixed and Mastered at “Secret Suburbia Studio’s” Toronto
Produced By “Social Strife”
Engineered and Co Produced By TJ Habibi