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Release date: 2 August 2013
Style: Gothic metal

Rating:

6.6 | 7 votes

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01. Sleeper
02. Unspoken
03. Saints And Sinners
04. As I Drown
05. Porcelain
06. New Approach
07. Fragments Of Hope
08. The Infected
09. The Mourning After
10. Five Minutes
11. No Place Like Home
12. I Destroy What Destroys Me [digipak bonus]
13. Self Under Siege [digipak bonus]



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musicalkaratekid - 02.08.2013 at 17:52  
Rating: 7 This band are obviously heading for bigger and brighter things. 'Daggers' continues their mish-mash of insane industial sounds mixed in with some moderately heavy (and sometimes thrashy) metal. However, this time round, the songs are shorter and snappier, and it seems that the band are opting for even more crowd-pleasing tunes than a more drawn-out structure in the same vein as 'In the land of fools'. The problem here though is that the instrumentation (the keyboards/synthesisers as an exception) doesn't quite get as much room to 'breathe' as it did on the band's debut album, and so it's really down to the mixture of aggressive screams and sometimes weak clean vocals to provide the entertainment. It's actually a good album, most of the songs proving quite catchy and accessible enough to win the band an even larger fan-base than the present.

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