Sonic Fuel - Karma
It's been said karma's a bitch, and now Sonic Fuel has put that fairness truism to music. In fact, this Tennessee band even sings as much in the song's lyric. "Karma's gonna find you," songwriter/vocalist/guitarist David Hales forewarns during the track's chorus. This hard rocking band, inspired by acts like Foo Fighters and Rival Sons, has given us an angry, guitar-driven rant aimed at rich and powerful people that abuse others, just because their position allows them to act that way.
This isn't a song pointed at any one person in particular. Instead, it's most likely meant for anyone that lets their wealth and power go to their head. Built on a metallic electric guitar riff, Hales sings early on about one that broke the golden rule. Hales' voice switches back and forth between (relatively) smooth singing, and a slightly gnarly rough vocal. When Hales declares how karma will ultimately find this bad person in the end, he reveals how much he believes in final justice. Yes, evil doers can only do evil for a season, before karma gets the last word in.
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