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I just don't understand...

Apologies Are for the Weak is by far their best album. They used to be so "in your face" and heavy. Now they are just flat and quite boring to listen to. To this day I still blast AAFTW and still love it. After one listen to this, I'm bored. At Heart was the same exact way. The lyrics sounded like they were written by a 12 year old. The vocals, drums and guitar were just boring and I felt like I've heard it a million times before. Generic is the word for what this band has become. RIP Miss May I, I used to love you, sorry. Long live old Miss May I.

Disappointed...

I don’t know what happened to these guys but they have strayed away from the more intense vocals and are going for just the clean vocals is just like other bands like All That Remains. I can’t even get through the little sneak peak they have on here it hurts my ears. Love Miss May I and i will give the other songs a chance when they come out but they better be good. I will still listen to their older stuff back when they didn’t try to go main stream. Hope this helps other people

Nope

Jesus his vocals got bad.

Biography

Formed: 2006 in Troy, Ohio

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Troy, Ohio's Miss May I came together in 2006, while their members were still in high school. Consisting of guitarists Justin Aufdemkampe and B.J. Stead, singer Levi Benton, drummer Jerod Boyd, and bassist/vocalist Ryan Neff, the quintet plays highly technical, driving metalcore. With searing guitar work and dual sung/screamed vocals, Miss May I quickly established themselves through a series of demo recordings, eventually landing a contract with Rise Records for the release of their debut full-length,...
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