Single Review: AniMaze X “Strawberry Fields Forever”

One of the most celebrated versions of The Beatles’ song “Strawberry Fields Forever” has just been released by heavy metal/Disneyish band AniMaze X on February 26 2021, via Tribeca Records, part of the SohoJohnny Entertainment Empire. AniMaze X is “A Show for All Ages.” A project started by the members of the best-selling D-Metal Stars/AniMetal USA focuses on a wide variety of musical themes including superheroes, Broadway musicals, movie soundtracks as well as D-Metal classics. They perform live metal with a style.

Members include: vocalist Mike Vescera, John Brunson guitar, Rudy Sarzo on bass (From the Ozzy Osbourne band), and on drums BJ Zampa. Their debut album “Metal Disney” reached #3 on the Amazon Japan Metal Best Sellers Chart and #2 on the Children’s Chart. When released in the US it landed on Billboard, iTunes and Amazon eventually becoming a number one best-seller on Amazon‘s Hard Rock & Metal Chart.

Their unique “Strawberry Fields Forever” canvas takes refuge in the echoes that are familiar. A glamorous musical tribute to the song revitalizes that era while inventing a new one. Mike’s vocals are exquisite while the band’s musicianship is extravagant. Originally released on February 3, 1967 by the Beatles, it represented a departure from the group’s previous singles and a novel listening experience for the contemporary Pop audience. It proves to be a very influential segue into the emerging psychedelic genre.

Gazing back through the decades this song will live in the hearts of all for decades to come. The song was considered by  John Lennon as his greatest work and upon his death a section in Central Park New York was dedicated to him and named “Strawberry Fields.”

5/5 Stars

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