11 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Back with producer Drew Fulk—who also worked with them on 2017’s Graveyard Shift—the Scranton, Pennsylvania, quintet turn their creative energies to an electro-industrial sound that complements their alchemy of metalcore and goth metal. Known for collaborating with some of hard rock’s biggest names, like Jonathan Davis (Korn) and Dani Filth (Cradle of Filth), the band wanted to separate themselves from any outside influence. “Disguise” and “Holding on to Smoke” show frontman Chris Cerulli at his most vulnerable, unbottling his personal struggles with identity and mental health. He welcomes all the misfits to unite on the soul-baring “/c0de”, positioning himself as an empathetic frontman who’s committed to promoting a message of individuality. “Legacy” quells the intensity just a notch, as Cerulli leads the charge with a call to arms: “What will your legacy be?”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Back with producer Drew Fulk—who also worked with them on 2017’s Graveyard Shift—the Scranton, Pennsylvania, quintet turn their creative energies to an electro-industrial sound that complements their alchemy of metalcore and goth metal. Known for collaborating with some of hard rock’s biggest names, like Jonathan Davis (Korn) and Dani Filth (Cradle of Filth), the band wanted to separate themselves from any outside influence. “Disguise” and “Holding on to Smoke” show frontman Chris Cerulli at his most vulnerable, unbottling his personal struggles with identity and mental health. He welcomes all the misfits to unite on the soul-baring “/c0de”, positioning himself as an empathetic frontman who’s committed to promoting a message of individuality. “Legacy” quells the intensity just a notch, as Cerulli leads the charge with a call to arms: “What will your legacy be?”

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