00:49 - Redn1ght Like, I mean more build up stress from shit you've gone through. :P
00:40 - mz yeah I def need to workout. I'm planning to start that tbh, but I must of depressed people I've seen did not have stress. Maybe it's just me, but stress actually activates you, while depression makes you passive
00:37 - Redn1ght Depression is usually caused by some form of stress. You still should go do some workout, it releases endorphins so yeah. It would be beneficial.
00:35 - mz there is no stress at all in my life, honestly.
00:35 - Redn1ght You need some workout man... Gets rid of the stress pretty well. :P
Writing a review for August Burns Red is a bit of a challenge. It's not so much that their sound is difficult to describe. Rather, the group's extremely consistent output of technically-inclined metalcore lends itself to redundancy from reviewing one album to the next. But while it may not be the band's best album (an accolade I award to Constellations), Rescue And Restore is definitely their most melodic and different.
I've been a fan ever since I first heard the greatness of Constellations, and then picked up Messengers. Leveler was just alright for me, but I'm looking forward to hearing this record, I'm sure it will be great.
It is rare for a straight-up metalcore album to be good these days. August Burns Red is really the last of these groups I think can still bring it (now that As I Lay Dying is dead). This is their most melodic album yet, too.