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Album Review

For their sixth major-label release, Trapt return their focus to the muscular riffs and straightforward rockers that defined their sound before 2013's Reborn. DNA is heavy, full of crunch, and features a handful of radio-ready modern rock pummelers that aim for "Headstrong" heights. "It's Over" and "Castaway" are the clear standouts, effortlessly balancing smoldering earnestness and melody like brethren Chevelle and Breaking Benjamin. Frontman Chris Taylor Brown's voice is pushed to its limits on big choruses, especially on the raging "Unforgiven." He even tiptoes into some pure, gritless singing on emotional highlight "Anchor." After a 12-song assault — provided by bassist Peter Charell, guitarist Ty Fury, and drummer Dylan Howard — four acoustic takes are tacked on at the end, providing a suitable comedown. Partially funded by crowdsourced contributions, DNA succeeds in delivering to the Trapt faithful. The band even sought fan suggestions on social media, sparking discussions about society and relationships that would eventually inform Brown's lyrics. DNA is for the diehards, both a thank-you for their loyalty and a return to their no-frills hard rock roots. ~ Neil Z. Yeung, Rovi

Customer Reviews

Generic

I love me some good hard rock and this IS decent but where is the standout(edness). It's generic. I'm always glad to see new rock but come on. Step it up. "Back off, I'll take you on". No you won't. You absolutely won't.

It's In Your DNA

Trapt delives an incredible album with incredible lyrics, strong and controlled vocals and the instrumentals that follow. The album covers many sounds which makes a good fit for anyone who is a fan of Trapt or rock in general. Easily one of their top albums and they continue to impress.

Loudness & Compression War

I'm a huge Trapt fan, but the "Loudness War" has made the album sound distorted. Songs are good, but the sound quality is subpar. Of course, it could be the streaming quality from Apple Music.

Biography

Formed: 1995 in Los Gatos, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Californian post-nu-metal quartet Trapt formed in the '90s while the original lineup were still in high school, where Chris Brown and Peter Charell absorbed the heavy rock sound of Korn, Soundgarden, and Metallica. Both were music geeks and naturally flirted with the idea of getting a group together. Casual gigs in school motivated them even more, leaving Brown and Charell to design what would become Trapt. In 1997, guitarist Simon Ormandy joined the band. The trio recorded its own demo and landed...
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