10 Songs, 33 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their fourth album, metallic hardcore heavyweights Harms Way deliver a vitriolic screed on the dangers of technological obsession, overpopulation, and the cosmic insignificance of the human race. Led by the raw-throated roar of frontman James Pligge, the Chicago five-piece pepper their bellicose blasts with industrial interludes, beefy drum breaks, and squealing whammy bar dive-bombs on "Last Man," "Call My Name," and "Human Carrying Capacity." The rumbling bass riptide of "Temptation" and dissonant guitar refrain of "Dissect Me" only compound their capacity for sonic terror.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their fourth album, metallic hardcore heavyweights Harms Way deliver a vitriolic screed on the dangers of technological obsession, overpopulation, and the cosmic insignificance of the human race. Led by the raw-throated roar of frontman James Pligge, the Chicago five-piece pepper their bellicose blasts with industrial interludes, beefy drum breaks, and squealing whammy bar dive-bombs on "Last Man," "Call My Name," and "Human Carrying Capacity." The rumbling bass riptide of "Temptation" and dissonant guitar refrain of "Dissect Me" only compound their capacity for sonic terror.

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