Album Review: Everest
  • THURSDAY, JULY 19, 2012

  • Posted by: Malcolm Donaldson

From the band's name, and five seconds of any track on Ownerless, it's clear that Everest aims for enormous. Since the beginning of the L.A. quintet's career, any listener can see that they have had that talent on lock. Ownerless, their third LP, sees a relaxed group playing in character, happy to leave tracks in a simple state. At it's lowest points, the album feels stagnant and rehashes ideas a few times over. At their best, Everest shows the merits of playing straight-up rock: well-crafted melodies, beautifully distorted electric guitars and irresistible singalong harmonies.
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