Upon my very first listen to "Darker Nights" by Virginia's A Day In Pompeii (a great name for a band, by the way) - I took immediate notice of the band's exceptional musicianship and gift for songcraft, There's plenty of evidence as to A Day In Pompeii's musical inspirations, but the band has achieved a unique sound that is undeniably their very own. Highly recommended, looking forward to hearing more!
United States, Hawaii, Volcano
A song that needs to be played on the radio.
When I hear this song, I get Hale Storm and lacuna coil vibes With a hint of creed. All in all I think the track is pretty killer. It’s got a good hook. I think the musical composition it’s pretty solid. The female vocalist sounds sexy and I gave this track of five out of five. I highly recommend this for anyone, so go play the music on number one music or Spotify Apple or any other place you can download or play Or pay for albums.
United States, Tennessee, Kingsport
Darker Nights review
Thanks guys for taking me back a few decades with your song you have here for review. That is not a negative though. There will always be an audience for classic heavy rock and you nailed it. Really nice guitar playing and tone. Your drummer is real solid and spot on as well. Vocals are perfect for this style of music and the recording is done very well. Keep them coming and good luck in the future. It sounds like you have a good start at making a name in this industry!
United States, California, San Diego
dolce entrata poi chitarre rock e ritmo potemte come il vero rock il cantanye ha una voce precisa per il genere in un pezzo trascinante e trascinante con bei cori e grinta da grande gruppo il tutto ha del fenomenale e ben sostenuto da bei cori e da strumentisti di livello il tiro di questo gruppo mi piace ed e' la vera energia del rock molto nravi tutti e grande pezzo che t6i porta in alto
Italy, dalmine bg
Darker Nights Rocks
One of the things I enjoy most about Number One Music artists is the newfound ability to hear music from around the world by singers who I'd never have the chance to listen to otherwise. That, in itself, is a great thing. Here, with this song the dynamic guitar and drum into kick this song into high gear quickly. Vocally, the singer takes us on a roller coaster of emotions which make you beg for each new note. More please.
United States, California, Huntington Beach
Nice picking intro, fluent transition afterwards, good athmosphere. Production is outstanding, a safe gallop with your trademark voice. Very catchy, but like I just said on your other song, for my taste a bit too safe. It could use a bit more dynamical variety. but yes, it is catchy and the execution is very solid, also the composition, it flows and the guitar work does what it has to do. The voice could have changed the octave range here (second solo). The solo is safe again, stucks a bit too much to the rhythm section, could be more free and flamboyant. I like the octave effect in the last phrase. Inn the outro comes that variation i expected before. The harmonics of the lead guitar fit in well. Yes, for me a bit too safe and static, but you compose, execute and produce on a high level and it is very catchy. Just try to bring in something crazy and personal to make it outstanding. Keep it up, greetings !
A Day In Pompeii - Darker Nights
Intro like Annihilator or Destruction, small bridge to the main and here we go, a little bit thrash metal rhythm guitars... Clean voc makes good job telling us a story, btw check it out the lyrics. Rhythm section I mean drums and bass reigns in that song. Of course Candace's with his really nice voice together with guitars including solos (sometimes too many notes) partitions looks very very good. Metal and rock are still in a not bad form in US. Greetings, Maciej ATRAPA ps. Outro=Intro old good idea!
A nice start. Drums sound programmed. Guitars are chunky. vocals remind me of a singer i knew 20 years ago. song overall is not bad. productions is decent. Guitar solo is good too. Sounds good for a 4 piece.
Canada, Ontario, Ottawa
Great song really love this song great piece of art work delivered beautifully guitar sounds are amazing sing great backing vocals are great while I'm writing this and im listening to this a second time......I just love it,.......the lyrics are awesome tbe arraignment are awesome ......it's written and delivered beautifully ...the lead guitar sound as me myself a guitar player love tbe sound. I just started for the third time............love it love it love it ........tbe musicianship is great was played vreat ..................thank you for letting me review this song I truely love it......................
United States, New York, Middle village
The fundament of the song is of course metal and as such neither new nor spectacular or innovative, but the sharp contrast to the lead voice is definitely special. Reminds me a bit on the female rock voices of the 80s such as Pat Benatar or T'Pau (please forgive me in case you don't like 'em, but they have left some remarkable traces in rock history all the same). And thanks god not such an artificial crap as Nightwish. Just a good rock voice accompanied by stunning harmony vocals in the chorus, and all that above a straight rockin' metal groove. Not bad! And one more word as a guitarist: I have learned and understood that it is technically possible to play some 80 notes per second, but still I have no idea what it is good for and what it should express. We're talkin' music and not sports. I really appreciate that your guitar solos are still guitar solos and not just maximum speed noise.
A GOOD ROCKIN FEEL TO THIS TRACK WITH SOME SIMILARITIES TO SOMETHING PAT BENETAR WOULD DO IN HER ROCK PHASE ONE THING THATS CLEAR IN THE SONG WITH A STRONG CHORUS WHY NOT START THE SONG WITH THE CHORUS AND REPEAT IT THEN STRAIGHT INTO THE VERSE NICE PRODUCTION HERE