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Highly Recommend

This album has been the oldest thing on my wishlist for years now. I don't know why, but I wasn't able to purchase it when they released it, so I just never did, and so it sat. I had even later purchased the band's newer album, but kept ignoring this one. After years of passing it up, I finally found the right time to buy it, and i instantly listened to it a few times through that same night. As a whole, this project is a little rough around the edges, but I think albums like that tend to have more of an effect on me. The vocals are right up my ally, and there is enough technical fun stuff to keep the album interesting from start to finish. I highly recommend this record, as well as the band's next record, "Find Your Worth, Come Home". Both albums are definitely not standard, and both feature their own unique qualities (such as the last track on the other record, it features Levi The Poet, whaaaat). I really hope these guys aren't done making music, their work seems to speak to me more than others.

Not the greatest...

…but it’s DEFINITELY better than their EP. The addition of the clean singing helps a lot, along with better production on music and vocals. The screamer does get a bit annoying after a while though. Still, worth a listen!

Myself < Letting Go, To Speak of Wolves
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Christian & Gospel, CCM, Metal
  • Released: May 14, 2010

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