5 Songs, 16 Minutes


Melodic hardcore with a social conscience.


Melodic hardcore with a social conscience.


Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

GrimRealism ,

I Think I Like It?

I'm a long time STYG fan. Seen them live numerous times, and rocked their previous three albums for countless hours. When I heard stirrings of a new EP, I was beyond excited...until I heard it.

This album still hits hard, provides powerful lyrics, and is reminiscent of the developed STYG style, much like prior albums. With this said, the clean vocals are beyond aggravating. I absolutely hate the transition from the group sung, chant-ish style from older albums to a more auto-tuned radio rock style chorus. This alone makes this album feel like something from another band - a band I don't much like.

I will continue listening to see if this grows on me, but my final recommendation to fans is to beware - STYG is still present in this album, in some forms, but the new additions make you long for Diamond.

DicToYourNun$ ,

Come to Indonesia!!!

10/10! Old styg is way better! Play this is more! The lead singer is a sell out poser. Overall really solid record!

itsallgood05 ,


So this is what styg sounds like with out the punk element and repetitive group vocals in ever song ...waaaaaay better

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