12 Songs, 46 Minutes


Mastered for iTunes


Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
25 Ratings

25 Ratings

kaylaax0 ,

Critical Review

This misguided garbage sounds like they didn't know what to do without some guy named Kurt. Why would a great singer sing when he screamed before? He even wrote a song about his mother!?!?

This stupid group of humans makes song after song and even added another singer, which makes you think "why no screamy no more?????"

RIP ALLB y u murder them Kurt

fns swipe ,


Fans of the band have known that they were going to change their sound for a while now. I was upset when Kurt left as many were, and I was worried about the new direction they were taking. This album is ultimately frustrating for me, because while it has gorgeous melodies and some interesting guitar work, it just kind of...sits there.

I believe that had this same album been made by a completely different band, I would be in love with it. I know some people might not understand me when I say that, but it's how I feel. There's just something about my favorite band abandoning some of the things that made me fall in love with them that rubs me the wrong way.

I<3OhSleeper ,

Wha happened?

What is this repetitive garbage? Alone./Franzino ruined this band with its soft and safe sound. There is absolutely no energy flowing through the first three sounds they've released. Should've changed the band name if you were gonna do a 180.

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