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Fresh rock sound with a flash back to the good old days when rock was just rock. No need to categorize this band, they are just plain rock and they rock. -Yvonne Glasgow - Music Revue Magazine

The local band with national
potential, very mainstream sound with solid songwriting.
-Jim Gleason, VMA Records - VMA Records

Pertty distinct modern rock sound.
Something like Creed. Nice lift in the chorus thanks to the crunchy guitar and vocal harmonies. - Taxi

Azfault Persona
The ever-so-cliché act of modifying words to make them a lil’ off-kilter, "eye-katching," "kwirky" and "kewl" usually results in raising the “DON”T LISTEN TO ME” red flag of skepticism. Luckily, some of us have buried the hatchet and healed the scars left by the “nu-metal” plague that had soiled the pants of rock and metal throughout the first half of this decade. Maybe the Muskegon band has ties to Arizona, for all we knew. And so after finding the new-found strength to actually throw this CD in the player, the result was pleasantly surprising. This album has a ton of substance to it. Azfault’s Persona is good, old rock 'n' roll with big, open chords. Singer Matt Jones honestly croons as well as anyone, and he goes about it in a way that isn’t too angst-ridden or depressing. The vocal melodies and harmonies are as user-friendly as can be, and they are very aurally satisfying. “Fallen” is as good as anything you’ll hear on modern terrestrial radio. The solid rhythm section plays in the pocket, and delicately shifts the sonic mood to draw emotion. Polished tones elevate the bands aura as well. Azfault is obviously the type of band that enters the studio well-prepared. And although there's nothing technically over the top, the band has achieved something far more powerful: the ability to bond as a unit and create awe-inspiring rock music as a whole. Pick this one up, and you’ll someday be able to say “Hey, I used to listen to that band back in the day, before they sold a million copies, and were still named 'Azfault.'" - REVUE Editorial Staff
- REVUE Editorial Staff

Table 4 Fools is a heart felt song presented with much sincerity, a nice slow dynamic build throughout the entire song. could find some success in licensing this song to a soundtrack - Taxi Customer Critique


Persona, released June of 2006
Chances are Good, released 2004
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Azfault, the West Michigan based band that has created and awe-inspiring modern rock sound by combining aggressive hard driving riffs, tasteful melodies, solid rhythms and powerful vocals. The result is an album that conveys the next level of maturity in their music.
Over the last few years Azfault has carved out an impressive fan base that extends throughout the Midwest, the Northeast and part of the West coast, this is due in part by regular rotation on internet radio stations, heavy promotion and a constant performance schedule. With the release of their second album, (Persona) the focus is to maintaining the level of live performances that has become their benchmark.
Since 2001 the goals have been to create music that speaks in volumes and sparks an emotion from listeners of all backgrounds. Also to connect with fans on a level that makes them feel like the songs were written for or about them. The mixture of seasoned musicians and a great stage presence makes Azfault a must see performance. Their musical forte makes them an appealing choice for many venues and music lovers of all ages.

Notable Accomplishments
July 2004, Muskegon Summer Celebration, Muskegon MI, opener for Nickelback
February 2005, Saint Andrews Hall, Detroit MI, East meets West showcase
June 2005, Milwaukee Summer Festival, Milwaukee WI, Standby act
July 2005, Penny Rd. Pub, Barrington IL, Chance Music Showcase