10 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Brooklyn metal band’s complexity comes into focus.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Brooklyn metal band’s complexity comes into focus.

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Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
41 Ratings

41 Ratings

Robair781 ,

I want to like it but...

that's it. it's just ok. Kind of like white noise metal. They lost the deep emotional bellow of Keith, who made up such a big part of their sound. Good production, run of the mill riffs, nothing special. It takes true talent to sustain time. I'm sure they will do fine on tour with fans coming to hear the old stuff. but the old stuff won't be the same.
With them now, it's like visiting your old neighborhood only to find out that it has changed and you wish it was what it used to be.

DKMurphy ,

Vocals and hard rifts are absent.

I wish Keith Caputo would come back. Band is weak and I absolutely loved the first two albums.

1969tbark ,

Very weak

The song lyrics are weak not my cup of tea. Vocals are to auto tuned it's just a weak album. Don't waste your time.

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