10 Songs, 32 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Canberra outfit tell universal stories on their fourth LP.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Canberra outfit tell universal stories on their fourth LP.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
51 Ratings
51 Ratings
post-hardcore fan ,

Disappointed

Love ALL of their other albums. This is a big departure. Similar to what happend with Sleeping With Sirens. Gone are the driving beats and songs that feel constantly in motion. It's not even that it's bad, it's just not what I want from Hands Like Houses.

TheRealEllipsis ,

Severe disappointment

Their last album was so amazing, a perfect mix of heavy and heartfelt. This album is straight up radio rock, as another reviewer put it. Reminds me a lot of the fall of Linkin Park.

What's even more disappointing is that their first new single "Drift", which didn't even end up on the album, was heavy and powerful and gave us hope that the next album would be equally as strong and moving as the last.

Big miss, HLH.

ColonelTittiez ,

What is this

Besides like 3 songs (maybe) this album is trash compared to your others. I actually had to look up if the lead singer changed cause it didn’t even sound like him in a few songs. This isn’t you guys and this isn’t why I consider you my current favorite band. Completely different style from the music I originally fell in love with. Deleting the album.

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