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Life Screams is the perfect title to capture the explosive, high-energy rock of Lacey Sturm’s first solo album post-Flyleaf. Over a rush of snarling riffs and hammering grooves, the vocalist examines the battle between light and dark through the lens of her intense faith. The industrial-tinged “Rot” is a cry for salvation that borders on harrowing, while “The Soldier” is a defiant warrior anthem punctuated by her commanding shriek. Sturm shifts into introspection toward the album’s end, but even on a ballad like “Run to You,” her devout belief burns bright.

Customer Reviews

I LOVE this album!

I haven't been able to stop listening to this! It is truly hard to choose a favorite song, too. I cannot pick one, it's impossible... they're all amazing. Her voice is so unique and something that cannot be replaced. I was ecstatic when I heard that she would be releasing a solo album. And this album definitely didn't disappoint.
I watched live versions of these songs and the pure emotion and energy brought tears to my eyes. #LaceysBack Definitely back! <3

This is a good album

Didn't know what to expect but I've listened to it three times through already. I'm glad I bought the whole album. The songs really let Lacey's heart shine through, buoyed by some cool heavy guitar riffs. See for yourself and enjoy.

The Lacey Comeback We've Been Waiting For

I had heard Flyleaf before, but it wasn't until Lacey was leaving the band that I became a huge fan. While I know we all were sad when she left Flyleaf, we can now rejoice at Lacey's triumphant return. Lacey's new music has a great message and amazing lyricism, as always. The new band is very good, adding driving guitars and pummeling drums to Lacey's signature voice. I love the increase of guitar solos in the songs, but overall the guitars are mixed with slightly less low heavy than those in Lacey's past Flyleaf albums.

I have probably listened to the whole album (minus Roxanne, which isn't my favorite) 15 times already! The songs are superb, all with their own rhythms and catchy riffs. Lacey's voice has improved so much since her surgery, so the vocals are much more natural and clean than they were on "New Horizons." Part of the reason for this is that Lacey sings a little lower than she used to, which is understandable. This allows her to comfortably reach all the notes, where on "New Horizons" she had many layered and edited vocals to power through the high notes.

Standout tracks include: "The Soldier", "I'm Not Laughing", "Rot", "Feels Like Forever", and the title track. Of course "Impossible" is a given. My only critiques of the album are the slightly repetitive opening riffs of a few songs at the end of the album, some formulaic song structures, and the "Roxanne" cover. They do a good job and Lacey's screams are on point, but the song just drags a little for me. Hopefully as they mature as a band, they will continue to find creative ways to play the hard rock we all love from Lacey, as opposed to the pop-rock many bands are now turning to (like Flyleaf). If you read this review I encourage you to buy the album and really listen to the lyrics! This is the positive message we need in music today.

Biography

Born: September 4, 1981 in Arlington, TX

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Lacey Sturm (nee Mosley) rose to fame in the early aughts with the hard rock band Flyleaf. Her distinctive voice and shiver-inducing screams helped propel Flyleaf to multi-platinum success with hard rock hits "I'm So Sick" and "I'm Sorry." With the band, she released three albums and an EP before amicably parting ways in 2012 to focus on family and faith. As a solo artist, she contributed a number of songs to wide-ranging beneficiaries, from the Underworld: Awakening soundtrack (2012's "Heavy Prey")...
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