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A highlight of their career

It’s hard to fault this album, whether as a fan or a newcomer. It’s intense but accessible, familiar let explores new territory (with some incredible bass guitar work and new drums styles from Lamb Of God’s Chris Adler). Everything a fan could want is in this album and no track stands out as weak. My advice is, if you loved everything about Protest from Fortress onwards, stop reading this review and buy Volition immediately. You can thank me later.

Absolutely insane!

As a newcomer and new fan from bands like Periphery and Lamb of God; Protest the Hero have created one of my favourite albums this year! .... This one :D

Just brilliant

Defineitly got to be in my list of top 10 albums of the year

Biography

Formed: 2001 in Whitby, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Combining technical metal and post-hardcore instincts, Whitby, Ontario's Protest the Hero are comprised of Rody Walker (vocals), Tim Millar (guitar/vocals), Luke Hoskin (guitar/vocals), Moe Carlson (drums), and Arif Mirabdolbaghi (bass/vocals). Starting as many bands do — with a common musical passion found among high-school friends — Protest the Hero worked hard on developing their own identity; their sound soon became reminiscent of a combination of Coheed & Cambria, At the Drive-In,...
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