Eutychus Falling
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Eutychus Falling


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The best kept secret in music



These Three Remain
(Unaverse Records)

On your first listen to this disc, skip the opening two cuts and proceed directly to the Joe Walsh-influenced "Intangible." The song is strongly reminiscent of Walsh's excellent "The Confessor" from 1985. It's the cut that should have kicked off the album in the first place. Good slide guitar playing and strong vocals make this track a winner.

In fact, from "Intangible" on, this is a hell of an album; a good disc to have on with the grill fired up on a Friday afternoon as the sun is sinking. "Refusal," "No Regrets" and "Atrophy" show off tight, confident playing and spirited vocals. These Three Remain does get a bit ballad-happy, but some Dylanesque harmonica playing adds a bit of flavor to liven things up.

"In My Darkest Hour" is a bit of a trip down memory lane for early-90s indie rock lovers. It's hard not to think about Dinosaur Jr. with some of the guitar riffs, which is always a good thing. After the final track on this album, go back and take a listen to the opening two cuts, which are definitely good enough to have a place on These Three Remain. Then take another listen to "Intangible" and wonder why Joe Walsh himself isn't writing them this good lately.



EP - Six song CD we use as a demo-2004
LP - Debut CD-These Three Remain-2005


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Eutychus Falling is a four-man band playing straight ahead rock with some blues-rock influences. Depending on the song their sound is reminiscent of bands like 3 Doors Down, Pearl Jam, Live and the Black Crowes. While at times you can hear these influences the band has managed to create their own unique sound of heartland rock covering a wide range of dynamics in their music from in your face hard rock to emotional acoustic ballads. True to their Midwestern upbringing in the small towns of Illinois, Eutychus Falling entertains their fans by simply playing down-to-earth quality rock music. Their music is authentic, passionate, true rock.

Eutychus Falling has been writing music and playing clubs, bars and festivals throughout Illinois since 2001. They love to play live and crowds respond well to their music as is evident in their fast growing local following. The band released a six-song demo in February 2004 and released their first full length CD, These Three Remain, in April 2005.

The members of Eutychus Falling have been playing music most of their lives. Josh Campbell (lead guitar) and Brian Weber (lead vocals, guitar) serve as the songwriters in the band and have been collaborating on music for over 10 years. As the band's wordsmith and founder, Weber has written hundreds of songs. Drawing on his personal relationships and life experience the songs resonate with listeners as they explore love, loss, faith and the questions we all have about life. Campbell and Weber write the majority of EF's songs together utilizing the special chemistry they have as a songwriting team. Josh Jahn (bass, vocals) and Brian Walker (drums) round out the rhythm section and complete the cinergy needed in any successful band. They have most recently played in the bands Seed and Inaccurate Conception respectively.