11 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Polished, lushly produced electro-rock makes Integrity Blues a sleek contrast to 2013’s straight-to-tape Damage. After opening the record with the angelic backing vocals and layered guitars of “You with Me,” the band alternates moments of familiarity (“You Are Free” could be a B-Side from Clarity) with moody experimentation. The later is thanks to producer Justin Meldal-Johnsen (Paramore, NIN), whose touch can be heard on adventurous tracks like “Pass the Baby,” which ends with in a blaze of Sabbath-esque guitars.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Polished, lushly produced electro-rock makes Integrity Blues a sleek contrast to 2013’s straight-to-tape Damage. After opening the record with the angelic backing vocals and layered guitars of “You with Me,” the band alternates moments of familiarity (“You Are Free” could be a B-Side from Clarity) with moody experimentation. The later is thanks to producer Justin Meldal-Johnsen (Paramore, NIN), whose touch can be heard on adventurous tracks like “Pass the Baby,” which ends with in a blaze of Sabbath-esque guitars.

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