A Million Miles – “Left” EP (2009)


Independent Release

Review by Tony Cannella

From Germany, A Million Miles play what can be described as melodic, aggressive metal with buzz-saw like guitar riffs. Their debut EP “Left” has just been released and although it features only 5-songs and about 25-minutes worth of music, the band fronted by vocalist Mona makes each second count. A Million Miles offers something a little different than a lot of female fronted bands these days. Their sound is more basic, stripped down and raw. In lead vocalist Mona the band has a frontlady with a ferocious singing style but someone who also manages to be melodic at the same time. From the pounding drum intro to “What’s Left Behind” the band commences with an all out metal blitzkrieg throughout the duration of “Left”. The final song “Walk All Night” starts off with a slower tempo before picking up and quickly becoming one of the best songs. With “Left” A Million Miles is sure to please fans who love their metal with a bit of an edge. That’s what I love about A Million Miles. The songs are aggressive, yet still melodic and coherent.

Rating – 85/100



  1. What’s Left Behind
  2. Chameleon
  3. My Voice
  4. The Mask That Heals
  5. Walk All Night


Line Up

  • Mona – Vocals
  • Willow – Guitars
  • Shi – Guitar 
  • Finbar – Bass 
  • Sahin – Drums  



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