“The Dark Room” carries an enigma about it – kind of like the main man, Matthew S. Horner. If you dig alternative rock, this album’s gonna be your next obsession. It talks in 90s with a pitch-perfect blend of chills and passion that leaves you wanting more from its seven soulscape tracks.
You keen on rock music? Yeah? Then “The Dark Room” is for you, mate. It gives off those raw vibes rock’s known for mixed tightly with strong instrumentals. Smooth guitar licks, banging drums; this album has everything covered to take us back to the golden days of Nirvana or Pearl Jam while also putting some new beats on track.
Now talking about Horner’s gift here: He can switch his vocals from whispers to powerful choruses like nobody’s business without losing any bit of impact or truth – which sadly, you don’t get in a lot of today’s mainstream rock songs. His words flow like poetry taking you down into parts of him that are both beautiful and eerie.
There are few hits in there that you can’t miss: “Figure It Out” gets introspective using tougher tones and louder vocals that stay reminding long after they’re done playing. Or there’s “Clean The Blade”, it tells a passionate story craving more outta life giving nods to ambition, dreams, and just how far we’d go to get them.
But don’t miss out on “Dark Heart”. It got brightness amidst all these darker tunes but damned if it ain’t equally grand – it’s a nod to healing and unity making sure the album ends on a hopeful note.
“The Dark Room” will keep you hooked start to finish as it mirrors emotions travelling from stormy waves through tranquil moments; casting spells that lure listeners deep into its rhythmical magic. From Horner’s first release until now, we see an artist who isn’t just evolving but makes you feel, feel deep within as we travel with him.
Artfully crafted and massive production – “The Dark Room” shows the world that alternative rock ain’t no deadbeat. It’s alive and wild in Matthew S. Horner’s vision of music that invites crowd into his dark room, a space we fill together sharing sentiments woven into pure music.
Alongside all musical drops happening today, “The Dark Room” stands alone asking us to accept our whole while savouring sounds shaking us at our core. This album passes straight through the surface and strikes your spirit – engraving Matthew S. Horner as an artist who makes us feel powerful emotions riding on giant rock waves. Never thought darkness could be so moving, huh?