12 Songs, 49 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Though often pigeonholed because of their faith, Christian metal band Demon Hunter has always shown impressive range. Their eighth album refines their already kaleidoscopic style, which is as likely to dip into thrash and hardcore (“Jesus Wept,” “One Less”) as plaintive, atmospheric ballads (“Half as Dead,” “Died in My Sleep”). At the helm—as always—are the powerful vocals of Ryan Clark, a singer who, like the band behind him, can flip from growling to gorgeous at a moment’s notice.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Though often pigeonholed because of their faith, Christian metal band Demon Hunter has always shown impressive range. Their eighth album refines their already kaleidoscopic style, which is as likely to dip into thrash and hardcore (“Jesus Wept,” “One Less”) as plaintive, atmospheric ballads (“Half as Dead,” “Died in My Sleep”). At the helm—as always—are the powerful vocals of Ryan Clark, a singer who, like the band behind him, can flip from growling to gorgeous at a moment’s notice.

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