Blueanimal – Figment That Was Me Album Review

Today we are featuring a promising alternative rock band, BLUEANIMAL, from Orlando, the USA. We have reviewed their latest album, Figment that was Me, along with its character, style, story, potential, and more.

Blueanimal is a promising alternative rock band I discovered with their two singles off from this album, “On My Mind” and “Rock Bottom“, and featured them here on Metalhead Community Magazine. Today, I am going to talk about their latest full-length album, Figment That Was Me, which was released on 4 June 2021. Please give the album a listen while reading the rest of the article.

When I first listened to Blueanimal about a few months ago, I was positive about everything the band was musically trying to do. However, after listening to Figment That Was Me album a few times on repeat, I started to feel like they are not just another indie alternative rock band making traditional American alternative music, it is surely much more than that.

First of all, Figment That Was Me is an easy listening album with nine delicious songs, mostly with influences from the 90s alternative, hard rock, and blues-rock scene. On My Mind and Rock Bottom songs that I reviewed before had blues-rock fundamentals in their build, yet surprisingly, the rest of the album has a different musical direction and influences. They are much more grunge, hard rock, and sometimes pop rock-oriented, making you feel like these songs wouldn’t surprise anybody if they were playing on MTV and VH1 at that time. Honestly, I wasn’t expecting to like and enjoy this album that much. It took me to my childhood, reminded me of all the great music playing on the radios. Even I heard some influences from NirvanaREMU2Metallica‘s Load and Reload era and it immediately made me feel better (for instance, the third track, Anyone But Me). In my book, Blueanimal is a good band with their blues-rock side, but they are quite fantastic when they show their 90s alternative, grunge, and hard rock influences.


The technical side of the Figment That Was Me is spectacular. I loved the real-sounding instruments with the necessary headroom, lively energy, and beautiful vibes all along the way. After spending all these years listening to new music every day, it is a gem for me to find such an album with such sound as a fact. I loved it and I don’t think it could sound any better than this.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I enjoyed listening to Figment That Was Me by BLUEANIMAL. As I said earlier, they show real potential with the character in their music in this album, which I believe will play a crucial role in their future careers.

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In conclusion, Metalhead Community Team congratulates BLUEANIMAL for their album, Figment That Was Me, and wishes them the very best in their future careers. Thank you for reading.



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Blueanimal – Figment That Was Me Album Review