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Album Review

Like some kind of Lovecraftian construct, maddening in its ever-shifting, non-Euclidean nature, I Set My Friends on Fire are a tough band to paint a picture of. With a sound that’s constantly shifting in any and all directions, their second album, Astral Rejection, pushes and pulls listeners in almost every direction at the same time, switching from glitchy electronic to math metal to Auto-Tuned pop not only within the same song, but sometimes within the same minute. What really sets them apart from the ultra-ironic metal-turned-crunk of Brokencyde or the mind-bending electro-metal experiments of Genghis Tron, however, is that there is seldom an attempt to merge all of these things, instead allowing everything to exist in its own world with minimal bleed, giving the impression of a radio that’s pulling in just a hint of another station. In a lot of ways, Astral Rejection feels like a series of tests designed by I Set My Friends on Fire to test the listeners’ endurance by shocking their sensibilities at every turn, and if you can push through the Auto-Tune, you might be surprised by what you find.

Customer Reviews


NABIL MOO clearly made the band amazing, this album is proof at how terrible they are without him... I'm Extremely disappointed.. It Comes Naturally is good though, I recommend buying that song only


This album makes me want to set my ears on fire

it deserves praise.

even though the main concern for most people is that Nabil left the band. Matt and Chris still strode forward in the endeavor to make a successful follow-up to their popular "You Can't Spell Slaughter Without Laughter" debut album. With heavy breakdowns and catchy lyrics (even more if you can translate the screamed vocals), "Astral Rejection" shows that even without a once important piece missing, the ISMFOF machine can and will still move on in the musical world. Nabil's departure was a great loss, but "Astral Rejection" still shines with songs like "It Comes Naturally", the eponymous song "Astral Rejection" and "Life Hertz". All in all, I believe "Astral Rejection" deserves 5 stars for creativity, style continuity and exploration (having a song with almost no screamed vocals, "Life Hertz").


Formed: 2007 in Miami, FL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

With a sound that touches on metal, dance-pop, and glitched-out electronics, I Set My Friends on Fire are like a tornado of musical influences and genres. Formed in 2007 by Matt Mehana and Nabil Moo, the Miami, Florida group found an audience quickly with their cover of Soulja Boy’s “Crank That,” introducing the world at large to their chopped-up sound. The following year, the pair released the I Set My Friends on Fire EP, which eventually led to a deal with indie giant Epitaph for their debut full-length,...
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