MISS BEHAVIOUR – Ghost Play (Album Review)


Miss BehaviourAnother band I have not come across until now. This is their 4th release. A Swedish band with a combination sleaze rock and darker almost gothic sound a la Nightwish. I really like the vocals with the range of notes. Reminds me a bit of Shiraz Lane as well. There must be something in that cold northern water. Plenty of dueling and layered guitars throughout. The lyrics tend to have a dark side to them, not so much a party anthem band. Keyboards throughout as well. Hard melodic rock is how they describe themselves and I would agree. Many of the songs are of a slower tempo. While not to be misinterpreted as being ballads/slow songs most of them have some form of crunchiness guitar. I like the sound and each song is a good one, however, there are no standout songs for me.

Blair De Abreu

10 years after releasing their debut album Heart of Midwinter, Miss Behaviour is back with their 4th studio album Ghost Play. With Ghost Play the band is ready to take their career to the next level. The breakthrough came with the album Last Woman Standing (2011). In spring 2011 Miss Behaviour competed in Swedish national radio with the song “Till We Meet Again”, making the premiere live performance with the current lineup in front of 400,000 radio listeners. Late 2011 the album Last Woman Standing won the Melodic.net “Best AOR album of 2011” readers poll and got fantastic reviews from magazines such as Classic Rock (UK), Sweden Rock Magazine (SE) and more. UK Magazine Classic Rock picked “Cynthia” as one of the best tracks in 2011 and featured the song on the compilation Classic Rock Buzz. The follow-up album to Last Woman Standing, entitled Double Agent was released in August 2014 on AOR Heaven. Once again the reviews were great – Classic Rock, Sweden Rock Magazine, and Aftonbladet (SE) all praised – and this also earned them a slot on Stockholm Rocks Festival in November. (from Amazon)miss-behaviour-band

The band is made up of Henrik Sproge (keyboards), Erik Heikne (guitar), Magnus Jacobsson (drums), Sebastian Roos (vocals) and Niclas Lindblom (bass).

BUY: Ghost Play

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