The Falcon Project started as a side project from Mazinga Phaser. The band produced two albums, neither of which I have been able to find, relying instead on mp3 downloads from places like Epitonic and other, more disreputable places. This is the second album, and if the three tracks I have from it are any indication, this album is completely awesome. It's shameful that these three songs are some of my favorites of all time and yet I haven't sought the rest of the album. Maybe you'll have better luck, and believe me when I say this record is worth looking for.
In the opening track, "New Day On the Rise," The Falcon Project have tamed noise and made it do their bidding. The guitars scream in static and feedback and no matter how loud you make it, it's not as loud as it probably was when they were playing it. The next two tracks on the album are "Orange Power" and "Soul Divider," or as I like to call them, two of the best songs of all time. They are connected at the middle, sharing their sound, and what a great sound it is. Beginning on deceptively quiet note (seeming more so having just finished the cacophonic "New Day On the Rise"), "Orange Power floats hypnotically for a bit, but just when you want it to, explodes into noise again. The end of the noise heralds the beginning of "Soul Divider," a steadier and faster song but still somehow related. Organ, piano, heavy bass, excellent drumming, and a guitar that reminds me of something... western... all combine to create a fantastic sound - this song is incredible too.
Unfortunately, that is the extent of my experience with the album. I'm gonna find somewhere to order it now, because I don't think I can live without the other 6 or 7 tracks. I can't recommend this band enough, I've been listening to just these three tracks for like five years now! They really are that good. Now, I'm only going to provide one track because I'm going to go way over my bandwidth limit this month, but you can get the other two at Epitonic HERE. I strongly recommend that you do this because they are essential tracks, no exaggeration.