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Fugitive Reviews 'The Awakening'

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British Melodic Rock at its best… almost impossible not to hit replay as soon as the closing notes have faded into the distance… Look below the surface and there’s a burgeoning British Melodic Rock scene bubbling away nicely, ‘The Awakening’ might just be the rally call we need to take it over the top once more!
Steven Reid, Fireworks Magazine

Enjoyable rock to make you think back to when you didn’t have a care in the world and a mortgage on your back.
8/10 – Steve Swift, Powerplay Rock and Metal Magazine

Skill is oozing from every well placed note, and they are tight! The production is top notch, bands with ten times the budget should listen to this and learn.
8/10 - Mike "Bitchin" Bourgeois, Metal Temple

The album is peppered with velvety vocals and cool riffs, with guitar solos aplenty and a solid drum beat throughout.
Maria Glover - Down The Front Media

This is a glorious album full of character, with magnificent guitar work and melodies galore.
Words by Adrian Ball, Rock Chic

The jams are well and truly kicked out during ‘Slave To Love’, a hefty riffer, a vocal tour de force and solos cranked up to eleven! ‘All Fired Up’ lives up to its name with headbanging dynamics and huge choruses. It’s a fine hard rock album to say the least.
5/5 Dennis Jarman - PlanetMosh

Fugitive are bringing back old school rock and metal with the upcoming album "The Awakening". A rare find that'll have you dancing and partying all night!
Paul Mckoy - @Manimal Radio

They're kind of like a NWOBHM band with a Dokken Under Lock & Key production sound. In other words, they're pretty hard to put into a category, but let's just say it's definitely ROCK. And it's great rock at that.
The Baron - Crossfire Radio

Lovers of the Hard Melodic/Classic Rock sound check this out…These guys know their stuff – It rocks JEREMY WILLS of NWOCR

This is by far the best thing they’ve been involved with (to date), sees them veering towards hard rock with bands like Tyketto, Dokken and Whitesnake all on the periphery of their influences and sound. This is a competent album that deserves your attention.
Rob Evans – AOR Underground – Powerplay Rock and Metal Magazine

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