Matt Boroff – Future Crimes Song Review

Today we are featuring another promising post-rock artist, MATT BOROFF, from the USA. We have reviewed his addictive song, FUTURE CRIMES, along with its character, style, story, potential, and more.

Matt Boroff is a promising post/industrial rock artist I discovered a month ago with his impressive new song, Future Crimes, released as a single on January 14, 2021. For those who haven’t heard about the artist before, Matt Boroff has started his career with a long-play album called; Reaching for Sparks in 2010. Since then, the artist released two more albums, Sweet Hand of Fate (2013) and Grand Delusion (2016), one EP, Filling in the Cracks (2012), and five singles, Beautiful Machine (2020), Trust (2020), So Many Personalities Ago (2020), Let it Come Down (2020) and Future Crimes (2020). Now, please give the song a listen while reading the rest of the article.

Matt Boroff indeed is a true artist, a singer-songwriter with a respected background/discography. When I watched Future Crimes video for the first time, I already made up my mind after seeing the first 30 seconds. He immediately caught my attention with his irresistible energy but made the actual difference with the artistic value of his work. The music video looks super cinematic, goes excellent with the dynamics of the song. Watching an entire music video without blinking is not something that happens to me very often. In this case, it was more like watching a live show, a proper artistic performance. You can hear, see, and feel the amount of energy on their faces. Beautiful job, truly.

Musically, Matt has a powerful blend of different styles, such as psychedelic, industrial, post, and space rock. We are all aware that defining someone’s music style gets meaningless, especially when talking about an artist like Matt Boroff. He has his characteristic approach in every single detail of his brand, which is truly inspiring. This is a hallucinating song built in an unorthodox way, which, in this case, is quite understandable. This isn’t an ordinary songwriter; he has his own rules, own vibe, energy, and visuals, inviting us to his colorful but dark world. In my book, people like Matt doesn’t require any introduction, check out his art, and you’ll understand.


Technically, Future Crimes has top-class standards in every way. I want to congratulate his producer, who has done a fantastic job by giving life to such music. I know from my experience that this is a specific song, needs to be handled very specifically. Believe me, both musically and technically, there’s no single standard thing here.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I am super impressed by Matt Boroff. He truly deserves to be at the top of his league with his art and vision.

Please go ahead and check out the links below if you’d like to find out more about the artist/band, follow them on social media, subscribe to their channels to show your support, and not miss any upcoming releases.

Matt Boroff – Future Crimes Song Review | Metalhead Community | Heavy Metal Blog | Metal Music Magazine

In conclusion, Metalhead Community Team congratulates MATT BOROFF for his epic job in FUTURE CRIMES and wishes him the very best in his future career. Thank you for reading.

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