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Release date: 14 February 2014
Style: Metalcore

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6.4 | 11 votes

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01. Beginning Of The End
02. To The Wolves
03. Bright Enough
04. Meilor
05. Thirty One & Sevens
06. Calvert Street
07. Kærjrlighet
08. The Beaten Path
09. Nightmares
10. No One Will Save Us
11. Brevity


Additional info
Recorded 2013 at Studio Fredman, Gothenburg, Sweden

AUS 14 February 2014
US 18 February 2014

Label : Epitaph Records
Producer : Fredrik Nordström

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musicalkaratekid - 07.03.2014 at 14:57  
Rating: 7 Band gets an unfortunate amount of flak for doing...actually nothing wrong at all. It's nothing new sure, but their latest album is promising and ambitious to say the least. The vocals are perhaps the main obvious flaw, but at least they're not constantly annoying to a point where your attention deviates from the instrumental performance. Also, the clean vocals work well with the harsher style on songs such as "To the wolves" and "Thirty one and sevens".
Uldreth - 04.04.2014 at 13:43  
 
Written by musicalkaratekid on 07.03.2014 at 14:57

Band gets an unfortunate amount of flak for doing...actually nothing wrong at all. It's nothing new sure, but their latest album is promising and ambitious to say the least. The vocals are perhaps the main obvious flaw, but at least they're not constantly annoying to a point where your attention deviates from the instrumental performance. Also, the clean vocals work well with the harsher style on songs such as "To the wolves" and "Thirty one and sevens".

Band's old vocalist (not Crafter but Ed, who was on Music For The Recently Deceased) was much better than the current though, at least for harsh vocals. Musically I am digging this more than Music For The... but this one does not have obvious highlights for me, whilst Music... had Sharks In Your Mouth.

Imo the band mainly gets flak for the stuff they did before Music... which was average at best and bad at worst, but this is a really nice nostalgia album to early 2000s metalcore.

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