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Today we are once again featuring the brilliant metal band; Unfound Reliance, from Gothenburg, Sweden. We have reviewed their another fascinating song; Horizons, along with its character, style, story, potential and more.

Unfound Reliance is another powerful name, a melodic metal band I have discovered through Metalhead Community Submissions about a few months ago. Today, we are going to review their another song; Horizons, off from their latest EP release; A Layered Mind, which was released in 2019. Unfound Reliance might sound familiar to Metalhead Community Blog readers, who we have featured before with Hellbound, another impressive piece of work from the same album. This time, they are here with us with a different perspective, more romantic but also atmospheric acoustic song. The first thing that caught my attention was the same thing as the previous time, their technical standards. As time goes by, I started to understand the value and the importance of sound quality in any kind of music. Now I believe that this is one of the MUSTS if you are serious about what you do.

Horizons is a beautiful song with strong emotions that immediately will pull the listener into its world. The band is not making a huge difference in this song with their ideas or elements. However, it has an impact that reminded me of the second version of Evanescence’s My Immortal with guitars and the new mixing. I’d like to say that they have done a wonderful job with everything they’ve had. It’s like filming an amazing movie with a standard storyline or cooking an amazing dish with usual components. This is an important detail where musicians are showing potential as well. In this way, they earned our top mark and I am sure so many people will dig this song and immediately add it to their daily playlists.

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As I have mentioned above, Horizons have exceptional technical standards. Everything sounds clean, clear, natural, atmospheric, very well balanced, engineered and in beautiful harmony. As you can also hear that these gentlemen are very talented at what they do, came this far with the way they do things. Briefly, combining their creative ideas with top class musical standards. That’s it. We would like to congratulate every single soul who has taken part in this project. They have made a big difference and offered this beautiful piece to our world. When I take all these into account, I can say that A Layered Mind is one small step for mankind, one giant leap for Unfound Reliance. I am sure everybody who has heard this album once is now expecting to hear their upcoming album as well.

Horizons has earned its place in our Top Rock Songs Playlist on Spotify. Please check out the links below if you’d like to know more about Unfound Reliance and follow them on Social Media to show your support. Strongly Recommended for those who love powerful acoustic songs by originally metal bands.

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In conclusion, we, as Metalhead Community Team, congratulate Unfound Reliance once again for their wonderful song; Horizons, and wish them the very best in their future. Thanks for reading.

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