Transit Method – Scarred and Petrified Song Review

Today we are featuring another promising progressive rock band, TRANSIT METHOD, from Texas, USA. We have reviewed their electrifying song, SCARRED AND PETRIFIED, along with its character, style, story, potential, and more.

Transit Method is a promising progressive rock trio I discovered two months ago through Submithub submissions with their fantastic song, Scarred and Petrified, released as a single not long ago in 2020. The band is officially making releases since 2014. They have started their careers with a single called; Celebrate Mutations (2014), released five more singles, Roach (2016), Parasight (2017), Snake Wine (2017), Scarred and Petrified (2020), Drag the Ghouls (2020), and two long-play albums, We Won’t Get Out of Here Alive (2017), and The Madness (2020). Now, please give the song a listen while reading the rest of the article.

Transit Method is a very successful act, showing tons of potential with their music, and professionalism with their careers. Hands down. Huge respect for their efforts and determination they have shown so far. These three Texan gentlemen came together and made the failure impossible for themselves with their commitment. Every time I see two brothers in one band doing a phenomenal job such as in Gojira and Transit Method, I am wishing I had a brother like they did.

As I mentioned above, Scarred and Petrified is one of their singles they released in 2020. You can easily feel the experience and expertise when you listen to the song carefully. The song has an irresistible energy flow from the beginning to the end. The band makes a huge difference with their dynamics and their instrumentation, composing skills, advanced musicianships, and, most importantly, necessary experience to channel their genuine feelings to the tape. When I watched their music video for the first time, I focused on the drummer most of the time. I am a person who is not only thinking but living music day and night, and I can tell you how much “living the moment” matters. Just like actors who are spending months/years to feel the character they are giving life. Here, in this case, artists are expected to do the same while filming a music video or performing live, and believe me, it is not an easy thing to do. In this case, Transit Method has a fantastic feeling both in their music and also in their music video that immediately caught my full attention and made it impossible for me to resist. I didn’t choose to feature them here; they made it happen.


Technically, Scarred and Petrified has great standards as well. Honestly, guys, I am not sure if this is the best possible sound character/mixing for Transit Method’s music. I am not an expert, but I can feel that there’s still room to improve. I listened to Scarred and Petrified many times on repeat, and yes, everything sounds clean, clear, well balanced, mixed, mastered, and in great harmony. Also, they kept their live performing vibes in this recording, which feels awesome. There’s not much to say; I am more than satisfied with their work’s both musical and technical side.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I am very positive about Transit Method. These Texan gentlemen fully deserve to be successful with their attitude, energy, determination, hardworking, advanced musicianships, creativity, and ability to think outside of the box. I am delighted with my discovery. And it would be no surprise for me seeing Transit Method playing in every rock festival in the future!

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In conclusion, Metalhead Community Team congratulates TRANSIT METHOD for their fantastic job in SCARRED AND PETRIFIED and wishes them the very best in their future careers. Thank you for reading.

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