13 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their first album in a decade, these politically minded sons of Orange County add a pronounced metal sheen while forfeiting none of the power that brought them to hardcore’s forefront in the ’90s and early ’00s. Zoli Téglás delivers his sermons in air-punching old-school punk fashion, neither whining nor retching. Broadsides like the hard-rock-riffed “How Is This Progress?,” disillusioned “The Suffering” and pit-ready “You Lie” are as melodic as any metalcore, yet more mature. Like Dropkick Murphys, Ignite have scars to share and tales to tell.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their first album in a decade, these politically minded sons of Orange County add a pronounced metal sheen while forfeiting none of the power that brought them to hardcore’s forefront in the ’90s and early ’00s. Zoli Téglás delivers his sermons in air-punching old-school punk fashion, neither whining nor retching. Broadsides like the hard-rock-riffed “How Is This Progress?,” disillusioned “The Suffering” and pit-ready “You Lie” are as melodic as any metalcore, yet more mature. Like Dropkick Murphys, Ignite have scars to share and tales to tell.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
36 Ratings
36 Ratings
emtsd ,

Ignite is back!

I've been listening to Ignite since Call on My Brothers, and this album is definitely one of their best. It's so good to hear Zoli back with Ignite, where he belongs....it just didn't sit right with me to hear him singing on a Pennywise album. Buy this album and if you don't have it, go buy Call on My Brothers. Ignite will always be one of my favorites!!

Timmy J Lunsford ,

Finally

Been waiting a long time for this one and it does not disappoint!

The Real Blue Falcon ,

Worth the wait!

I've been an Ignite fan for a long time and have been waiting for a new album from them ever since Our Darkest Days came out. This album lives up to my expectations. Great album!

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