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Album Review

Packed to the brim with breakdowns, singing/screaming vocal swapping and the ubiquitous “bass bomb,” We Will All Evolve, the second album from Our Last Night, delivers ten solid tracks of metal-core fury. Treading in territory similar to contemporaries like Atreyu and Asking Alexandria, the band delivers everything you’d expect from them in terms of cathartic aggression. It’s hard to deny that this is a rollercoaster of an album. The changes between the albums heavier moments and the singing passages manage to take the album from meat-headed aggression to uplifting, with songs like “Into the Future” showing a real reverence for the genres emo-punk roots with almost soaring guitar work making the song feel hopeful without allowing it to get too light. The end passages of “Across the Ocean” have a similar dynamic, maintaining enough of an edge during the more positive sections that the crushing breakdown that closes the songs out doesn’t feel too out of place. All in all, We Will All Evolve should be an easy hit for fans of Our Last Night.

Customer Reviews

Album Review

1. Elephants-Starts off the album hard and setting a point. Great song 4/5
2. The Air I Breathe-One off my favorites on the album. Insanely solid chorus 4.5/5
3. Mouth Machine Gun-This song flows really well. Very good track on the album 4/5
4. Across the Ocean-Simply perfect 5/5
5. Deciever-Awesome song over all. Good verses, amazing chorus and fantastic bridge 4.5
6. The Devil Inside You-Decently hard song, but at the same time, doesn't lose its feel 4/5
7. Distance Is Destroying Me-They sound like a really hard Saosin here, but still good stuff 4/5
8. Carry Me to Safety-Probably the hardest song on this album, but one of the best 4.5/5
9. Into the Future-Probably the most underrated song on the album, give it some time, it will grow on you 4.5/5
10. We Will All Evolve-Good way to end the album, with the title track. Fantastic chorus, overall great song 4.5/5

This is a super solid album. I honestly think this is better than their debut album, which was absolutely amazing. Our Last Night is a promising band with a lot of talent and will hopefully continue to make good music.

A new sound

Oh my god I can't believe I stayed up till 12:00 on a school night just so I could buy this.
I'm a hardcore OLN fan and this album has a melodic and passionate feel to it. Trevor has developed some hardcore screams which is different, but I think many of us can agree that The Ghosts Among Us was a definite hit because of Trevor's undeveloped scream.
Anyway Matt has written some very interesting songs for OLN fans to take a look at.
It's a different sound for sure, more hardcore for sure, but they haven't lost their touch.
Buy the album, and experience what they experienced from writing this music.


This CD is so phenomenal. period.


Formed: 2004 in Hollis, NH

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

New Hampshire-based post-hardcore band Our Last Night was formed in 2004 by brothers Trevor (vocals) and Matt Wentworth (guitar, vocals), along with childhood friends Alex Woodrow (bass), Colin Perry (guitar), and Tim Molloy (drums). Combining the melodic structures of emo with the guttural sounds of hardcore, Our Last Night sporadically toured the New England area for three years, releasing several EPs and self-made demos along the way. These recordings found their way to Epitaph Records, where...
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