12 Songs, 49 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their third album, the globally dominating Welsh thrashcore band came to terms with melody while keeping their intensity. From the colossal martial-tribal drums that open “Your Betrayal” onward, they barely let up for a second. Check out the heavyweight riffing on “Pleasure and Pain” and “Begging for Mercy”, the shredding solos on “The Last Fight” and “Dignity” and the classical progressions of epic six-minute centerpiece “Alone”. Chorus hooks are everywhere, too, the best of which are found on “Bittersweet Memories”.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their third album, the globally dominating Welsh thrashcore band came to terms with melody while keeping their intensity. From the colossal martial-tribal drums that open “Your Betrayal” onward, they barely let up for a second. Check out the heavyweight riffing on “Pleasure and Pain” and “Begging for Mercy”, the shredding solos on “The Last Fight” and “Dignity” and the classical progressions of epic six-minute centerpiece “Alone”. Chorus hooks are everywhere, too, the best of which are found on “Bittersweet Memories”.

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