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I almost don

IV's taken quite a bit of stick from fans for the direction in which it's gone. This is certainly understandable if you started listening to, and fell in love with, the first self-titled as Maylene have come a long way from there. Both musically and in personnel.

I'm not going to call Maylene a bunch of sellouts for producing something more 'generic' or 'mainstream' or whatever you want to call it. If that's what they want to do, that's their call and I daresay they anticipated some of the backlash they received for it.

There's a couple of songs that would fit in with the older material, Cat's Walk is hands-down my favourite song on it and In Dead We Dream could probably have made II or III. Listening to it as its own seperate entity though there are some good songs. Save Me, Faith Healer and Open Your Eyes are all pretty awesome songs even if they don't conform to what you expect of this band.

For me, the rest of the album doesn't stand out besides those songs I highlighted hence the 3 star review. It's a shame in that much of what I came to love about this band is absent on this record but it's still worth a listen and even if you don't think it stacks up compared to its predecessors, give it a chance as its own thing.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Formed by singer Dallas Taylor shortly after he was bounced from the long-running Christian metalcore act Underoath (rumor has it that the rest of the band considered Taylor's marriage proposal to his longtime girlfriend evidence of insufficient devotion to the Rock), Maylene and the Sons of Disaster are something of a stylistic change. Although they share Underoath's hardcore roots, there's an old-school vibe to Maylene and the Sons of Disaster's sound that suggests the generation of 1970s boogie...
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IV (Deluxe Version), Maylene & The Sons of Disaster
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  • £10.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 27 September 2011

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