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Written by Whitney Bennett   
Mixing new and old has always confronted artists with some difficulties; but when you combine methodic rock and roll with new age lyrics, you get something more than unique.

Although I like my music loud, I am not what one would call a typical fan of the “rock and roll” genre.  However, I found myself listening to an up and coming rock band, Plow. Plow has recently produced a new CD this past year titled “Feel What I Mean.”  This CD follows the band’s first successful album “Trial by Stone.”  

Plow is made up of three members: Jake Rieboldt on bass guitar, Ross Fletcher lead guitarist and Jeff Pond on drums and lead vocals.  With the success the band has had so far, it is clear they will be going places.  Within Plow’s rock songs you will hear a distinct undertone, different than any other rock group you may have come across in the past. 
Sounds of jazz, metal and even some blues can be picked up within the different tracks on the records.  With momentous lyrics and a good beat “Feel What I Mean” makes for an attention-grabbing, energetic album. 

With this album, Plow has distinguished themselves as a new genre of rock with tunes that you will definitely enjoy.  To check out the sounds of Plow or find out when and where you can experience them live, check out their web site www.plowmusic.com
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 08 August 2006 )
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