12 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“I can’t feel anything at all,” Breaking Benjamin mastermind Benjamin Burnley sings over the burbling electronics and bruising riffs of lead single “Red Cold River.” He might be numb, but you’ll feel the metallic heft of the band’s sixth and heaviest album yet. Propelled by stuttering nu-metal grooves, “Feed the Wolf” and “Psycho” maintain a tight anthemic quality, while the band explores the sharp angles of '90s hard rock on the high-flying “Blood” and ride a sinister chug into an emotional chorus on “Save Yourself.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

“I can’t feel anything at all,” Breaking Benjamin mastermind Benjamin Burnley sings over the burbling electronics and bruising riffs of lead single “Red Cold River.” He might be numb, but you’ll feel the metallic heft of the band’s sixth and heaviest album yet. Propelled by stuttering nu-metal grooves, “Feed the Wolf” and “Psycho” maintain a tight anthemic quality, while the band explores the sharp angles of '90s hard rock on the high-flying “Blood” and ride a sinister chug into an emotional chorus on “Save Yourself.”

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