Review: GFM’s EP ‘Framing My Perception’

EP Review

GFM band at The Stone Pony. Photo by Jeff Crespi.

Review: GFM’s Framing My Perception via Rockfest Records-Release date May 27, 2022

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Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh (GFM) hit the metal scene in 2016 with their first album Identity in Crisis and later embarked on US Tours, ending the season at the Loud & Proud Fest in Germany. The band released their EP Oh, The Horror! In 2019 and in 2022, was discovered by Fozzy, who brought them along on his nationwide tour.

Rock At Night was lucky to catch the trio of sisters at The Stone Pony in Asbury Park recently. You can see the live review HERE.  On May 27th, GFM is releasing their latest EP Framing My Perception, which shows they are definitely here to stay.

Rock At Night says: Self-proclaimed ‘beautycore’ band GFM may look cute in their cheerleader outfits and horror make-up, but don’t be fooled, this trio creates serious metal/pop punk music. There’s plenty of growls mixed with melodic singing, heavy metal riffs, and attitude but with positive lyrics, proving metalcore doesn’t always have to be a downer. Standouts include “The Enemy” with its heavy groove hints of hip-hop and “Why So Toxic”, which mixes heavy metal and pop sensibility.

Track List

Burn My Fears

Framing My Perception

Honest Abe

The Enemy

Why So Toxic?

Disrupt the Silence