Blogroll - posted on January 8, 2016 by

Free Recovery in Camden

Free Recovery’s first gig of the year – NEXT THURSDAY (21st January 2016) in Camden! Hope you can make it – should be an awesome night at a great venue. What a way to start our year!

We’re playing at the legendary The Dublin Castle, birthplace of Madness and a formative part of the early careers of bands such as Muse, Coldplay, Blur, The Libertines, Amy Winehouse, The Arctic Monkeys and more!
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Blogroll - posted on January 8, 2016 by

Free Recovery in Croydon

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Reviews - posted on January 6, 2016 by

Free Recovery EP – GRUNGEBANDSFAN Review



Half an hour south of London, England is a town called Guilford. It’s not exactly a place where I’d expect to find an amazing grunge band playing frequent shows and helping to build a grunge scene in the UK.   Nonetheless, that’s the case.   Since 2012, Free Recovery has been laying down the grooves in Guilford while also branching out to London and other surrounding areas to spread their music. After going through numerous member changes in the early days, a solid lineup finally clicked in 2014. From that point on, things really started coming together for the band.

Although the vocals are reminiscent of Eddie Vedder and Free Recovery’s music is similar to Pearl Jam, they certainly have more to offer than being just a knock-off of a classic grunge band. The band also seems to pull from Alice In Chains, Creed, Stone Temple Pilots and many of the classic rockers from the 70s.

FR FB post imageTheir self-titled debut EP was released in 2015. The 6-song EP opens with the sound of radio static that tunes into a radio station playing the acoustic intro to the first song, Furtherman, with studio wizardry similar to that utilized on the intro of the Pink Floyd song Wish You Were Here.   As the band kicks in, the song blasts away from the radio and becomes the great audio quality that will be present on the rest of the EP. Furtherman is a slow, heavy rocker that reminds me a lot of Pearl Jam. (more…)

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Reviews - posted on December 20, 2015 by

Grunge 2.0 – Free Recovery EP Review

“The vocal resembles Soundgarden. The riffs, the drums and the lyrics are excellent!

I liked it”

— Paulo Neto, Menes do Grunge 2.0

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We still have a few free downloads left at our bandcamp site. Why not download our EP for FREE while you can. (more…)

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