The 4-track EP kicks off with “Fallen Angel” and straight away we’re greeted by the galloping bass-driven influence of Iron Maiden, there’s some decent riff-work on offer here from the fresh faced metallers, and given that it’s all been recorded in drummer Chris Ewan’s home studio, it’s quite respectable, however for an opening track, it does go on a bit.
The title track starts off relatively hushed, a well worked build up, leading on to some slick guitar work, there’s a great vibe about the track as a whole, musically, with that classic style they aimed for easily recognisable, flowing through your speakers, while “Give It All” is a relatively slow burner and plods along harmlessly, before we finish up on “Road To Nowhere”. This sounds like we’re going to end up on a high note. There’s a sense of intensity and hunger, and it’s one of the more traditionally heavy sounding tracks on offer here with this EP, a solid ending.
Musically, or to the point instrumentally, the EP is a decent effort, you can hear the influence, the style is clear, the tracks are well played, but, when you think of all the big classic rock and metal bands, what stands out? Vocalists...name them; Bruce Dickinson, Rob Halford, Dio…all of them in a league of their own, each of them making their band THAT much better. Sadly, for Eternal Endeavour, Jon Belfield is not of that calibre…and while he gives it his all, credit to him, you can hear in places his voice just isn't powerful enough for this kind of music, based on these recordings at least anyway. For now though, I say give benefit of the doubt, allow them time to grow, maybe record with an established producer, and see where they can take it. The key word here is endeavour, after all. 
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