Edge Of Free, the acoustic hard rock band from Nashville, TN, released its debut self-titled studio album on May 19th via Digitally Sound Records. The album was produced by Toby Wright (Alice In Chains, Korn, Tantric, Metallica) and is an intimate collection of honest songs powered by guitarist John Hussey’s dynamic music and singer Scott Sneddon’s dark melodies, soaring choruses, and gut wrenching lyrics about depression, drug addiction and recovery. Comprised of singer Scott Sneddon and guitarist John Hussey, Edge Of Free is modern rock with a combination of acoustic riffs, heavy guitars and heart-felt lyrics that are both melodic and hard-hitting.
If you are a fan of The Winery Dogs, you should really check out this album. This is a very easy album to listen to. You can’t help but actually feel the music and the lyrics when you listen. This was very well written and executed even better. This record is very highly recommended. These guys did everything right when it comes to this record.
Edge Of Free Track Listing:
01. Blood Eagle
02. Soul Of Your Grace
05. In My Time (Falling)
07. Edge Of Free
08. Pushin’ The Needle
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”Pony is really a dark horse” states Sneddon. “It’s a story about some really dark times in my life mixed with some of my favorite memories, hidden in a light-hearted melody – all of which really occurred in Nashville. In one sense the video is a similar transformation as the song itself – it’s really us doing what we love, no acting, no scripted parts, just channeling the ghost the whole time! The video cuts to scenes where I’m literally walking through the woods…and as in the song, I was lost and it was haunting to be in that place – the woods behind the Castle – where all that heavy shit happened to me.”