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New, Fresh Sound

This band has never ceased to amaze me. Sworn In has always managed to create with a fresh sound with every release of theirs. The sound may not be new, but they somehow managed to combine multiple genres into this album, "The Death Card". You can clearly hear the Acacia Strain influences, as well as some Nu Metal tossed in there. Lyrics manage to remain dark in most of the album, but then again, someone will always find a song they can relate to with this album. Tyler's vocal style varies - he manages to pull off the clean singing on the song "Mindless" without sounding horrible. Two songs that have managed to keep me interested are 'Deadpan" and "Death". This band is definitely worth checking out if you've never heard of them. If you have, then why are you reading this review? You probably already own the album.


We are all alone at heart.


This has to be the best album to come out in 2013.


Formed: 2001

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s

The urgent hardcore metal of Sworn In got its start in the summer of 2001. The English fivesome tried for an honest, smart approach to the genre that reflected their desperation and regret. After a demo and a few shows, Bridge Nine Records caught...
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