11 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Life Screams is the perfect title to capture the explosive, high-energy rock of Lacey Sturm’s first solo album post-Flyleaf. Over a rush of snarling riffs and hammering grooves, the vocalist examines the battle between light and dark through the lens of her intense faith. The industrial-tinged “Rot” is a cry for salvation that borders on harrowing, while “The Soldier” is a defiant warrior anthem punctuated by her commanding shriek. Sturm shifts into introspection toward the album’s end, but even on a ballad like “Run to You,” her devout belief burns bright.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Life Screams is the perfect title to capture the explosive, high-energy rock of Lacey Sturm’s first solo album post-Flyleaf. Over a rush of snarling riffs and hammering grooves, the vocalist examines the battle between light and dark through the lens of her intense faith. The industrial-tinged “Rot” is a cry for salvation that borders on harrowing, while “The Soldier” is a defiant warrior anthem punctuated by her commanding shriek. Sturm shifts into introspection toward the album’s end, but even on a ballad like “Run to You,” her devout belief burns bright.

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