Key, the most famous spanish band of the seventies has just released the third album of the trilogy with a new full of energy and songs that have been recorded in four years in their own studio "La Joya". After their fourth album "Scrambling the Fences" they have recorded some recordings in "La Joya" to produce "False Key - The Trilogy" with a full of energy, their best and most complete album.
The band has a classic sound, derived from their early period which many bands like The Sisters of Mercy and Joy Division tried to repeat. And the key to their success is the music, always with a sound full of energy that invites you to dance on the hard floor of the clubs.
"False Key - The Trilogy" is a mix of fast songs and slower songs, with a balance between genres like hardcore, electro, pop and dance that will allow fans to enjoy a wide range of sounds in their leisure.
True Key has done it again, with their third studio album "False Key - The Trilogy" which is once again a mix of fast, punk-oriented, electronic-inspired songs as well as slow songs with a more thoughtful quality to them.
"False Key - The Trilogy" is the band's most complete album. The mix of electronic influences and punk-oriented songs gives a nice feel and they are all catchy and addictive.
The main attractions of "False Key - The Trilogy" are the electronic-inspired, infectious, punk-oriented songs. The first single "Death Valley" has a catchy rhythm that will make you want to dance.
Some of the songs of the album are: "Guns for Fun", "True Key", "Artificial Flame", "The Matador", "Fiction" and "False Key" (official video).
True Key is the band's ninth studio album and it is composed by guitarists René & Juan Carlos, singers Ramiro and Cristina along with producer Antonio Rivas.
The first album was released in 2006 and a year later they have released "Scrambling the Fences", now "False Key - The Trilogy" which has been recorded in four years.
The album has been mixed and mastered by Juan Manuel Salido and Antonio Rivas, with a CD artwork by Federico Jiménez Losantos, of the group WaWa.
"False Key - The Trilogy" is the most complete album so far from the band and features a large range of styles. The album contains all the energies of the band, with punk-oriented songs and electronic songs.
"False Key - The Trilogy" includes 15 songs in which fans of the band will find some new songs and some that have been sung before but have been re-recorded and remixed, such as "Xavier" and "The Revolutionaries".