Review

Adema's self-titled debut CD on Arista is a solid modern rock album similar to Staind's Break the Cycle, Korn's Issues, Tool's Aenima, or Limp Bizkit's Significant Other. The album is not terribly challenging or revolutionary but manages to remind the listener of other hard acts without sounding derivative. That is a major success in the overpopulated genre Adema inhabits. "Giving In" was the first single released to radio and was a good choice. The highly melodic song (and "Close Friends") should be popular with fans of Staind's "It's Been a While" and Linkin Park's "One Step Closer." Some songs like "Freaking Out" have surprisingly confessional lyrics. "The Way You Like it" is a simple call to individualism that will likely connect with the band's target demographic group. Such a song rings true from a band that doesn't simply sound like their producer's previous efforts. If their debut is any indication, Adema may be a well-known force on the alternative rock scene. ~ JT Griffith, Rovi

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