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On their fourth LP, the Californian metalcore titans sharpen their edges. More diverse than anything they’ve released to date, Cold World is as moody as it is concussive. Opener “Game of War” is a chilling, Tool-like reflection on the 2015 terrorist attack in San Bernardino, while “Pain” finds frontman Austin Carlile opening up about his longtime fight with Marfan syndrome in convincing fashion.

Customer Reviews

Wow

I miss the old OMAM so much. This is garbage.

Forced Darkness

Before I say anything, find a review on here that’s not from June, July, or August if want a legitimate critic on the entire album (like what the ratings and reviews section is supposed to be for). My review and everyone elses' reviews at that time were based off a couple of singles. So quit wasting your time with me and them.

I’m not that into OMAM but I respect their popularity and musicianship. The lead single however is laughably cliché in how “Pain" tries to impress you with how dark and brooding it is. I imagine the lyrics came from a diary: “PAAAIN!! Everyday that I AWAAAAAAKE!! In my blood and through my VEEEEEINS!! Now there’s nothing left that YOU can TAKE AWAY from ME!!” Sorry if I crossed the line with you diehard OMAM fans, but honestly, take a step back and really listen to how forced this song feels.

Different but amazing.

I love seeing a band that can change their style slightly but still stay themselves. What people need to understand is that bands change, they aren't going to stay the same forever, get over it. Hopefully this new direction will be healthier for not only Austin and his battle with Marfans Syndrome but healthier for the rest of the band. In conclusion, personally I find this album a true work of art. It displays change and movement that some people are too immature to understand.