Fever 333 Wrong Generation album review

Written by on October 31, 2020

On October 23, 2020 the Fever 333 released WRONG GENERATION for the world to hear. Born out of the deep pain of its singer Jason Aalon with his lived experience and after the May 25 killing of George Floyd, and the protests that followed. Written and recorded in 8 days after Jason himself was out protesting for 13 days. It inspired this reviewer, with songs like “SUPREMACY”, “BITE BACK” and “WRONG GENERATION”, its anthem-like songs, that will be a soundtrack for this generation.

Just like everything Fever 333 has released, “Wrong Generation” brings us conversations we need to be having, and changes that need to be made, in the United States, as well as around the world. A few of the songs are a bit more on the rap side, but very much in line with the rocking, no holds barred music that they have released before. Along with a beautiful Piano ballad “Last Time” just to once again show that there is a beauty as well as anger in us all.

Fever 333 has always been very vocal and open about their views, and this album is NO DIFFERENT. Always there to lend a voice as a backdrop for the fight for justice of all kind, this is a great addition to what we already have from previous albums, but seemingly rawer, and even higher energy that albums of the past. If that’s possible. It’s a definite get it into your playlist and put it on repeat.

Track list

  1. BITE BACK
  2. BLOCK IS ON FIRE
  3. WRONG GENERATION
  4. U WANTED A FIGHT
  5. WALK THROUGH THE FIRE
  6. FOR THE RECORD (feat. Walter Delgado of Rotting Out)
  7. LAST TIME
  8. SUPREMACY


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