One on One
One on One
There’s room for some nice guitar solos and the vocals absolutely sound convincing to me. They’re a little high, think heavy metal style, yet they have a great raw edge to them. So for that matter, I definitely gotta give ex-vocalist Lenno Visser my compliments. Though the songs sound convincing, I would have liked to hear a little more diversity between them.
I mean, when you play this live without a perfect sound, the songs might become a little too much alike. As you just read, Lenno Visser is no longer in the band. And as much as I was surprised by this band, the vocals definitely contributed to that fact. I therefore wonder whether One On One can pull it off on their next effort as well with new band member Alex Wijnhorst. Hopefully for them he’s as convincing – or even better – as Visser, or else this band will probably fail miserably after a good start.
The pressure is on Wijnhorst, ‘cause musically this band is more than alright! Line Up: Ruben Franzen – Guitar Sander Kooman – Guitar Jaap Relou – Drums Rob Haaring – Bass Lenno Visser – Vocals (on this EP) Alex Wijnhorst – Vocals (new member) 2) One On One is a Hardcore band from Agoura Hills, California. Although they have serious lyrics the band itself isn't meant to be taken seriously. They only played one show and no one seemed to like it. They released a two song demo in 2005 that actually got a good response.
One On One had members of Rectal Junkies and Any Day Now, two bands that are very successful in the local scene. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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