13 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Incandescent metal with a cameo from Jacoby Shaddix.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Incandescent metal with a cameo from Jacoby Shaddix.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
131 Ratings

131 Ratings

Baseballl Dude ,

MMF delivers!

First of all, you can ignore all the reviews before Oct 27, 2016. Now that the whole album is out, it's safe to say they've lived up to the hype. Headbangers will find some new treats in Out of It and The Enemy. The band explores outside the traditional 4/4 time signature with Wanting More and Letting Go. Unlike their previous albums, the guitar solos are really good and make sense (and last longer than 5 seconds). For all my fellow Christians, Letting Go and the three songs that follow have lyrics that are at least somewhat religious. My only gripe with this album is the lyrics. Matty seems to be writing about himself in almost every song, and his ego shines through on multiple occasions. The most obvious example is Unashamed, whose breakneck tempo and killer hooks are ruined by the cringeworthy lyrics. The notable exception is Not Over Yet, which delivers Legacy-esque lyrics (although I still prefer Legacy). I've been looking for MMF to step outside of the songwriting formula they've been using for the past three albums, and this album kinda delivers on that front.

Flux_Marauder ,

Out of ideas..

I feel like Matty has ruined it.. His lyrics are repetitive.. the music has lost it's creativity... the Hollow was their prime.

Blake.W_ ,

First Review!

So hyped for this new album! Carry On has such a great message for all audiences. Great work guys! Can't wait to see what else is in store.

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