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Album Review

Though it only has five tracks and a running time around 20 minutes, Glass Cloud's Perfect War Forever EP finds the band packing a lot of destructive power into a fairly compact package. Packed ended to end with thunderous percussion, guttural guitar tones, and franticly screamed vocals, the EP finds the band at its most economical, using every second of listeners' attention to pummel them with a furious, low-end assault. While the band's full-length debut was certainly solid, Perfect War Forever is a ridiculously tight and superbly constructed EP that shows off Glass Cloud's passion and exceptional musicianship in equal measure.

Customer Reviews


Don't get me wrong I still support these guys.
But this EP is just so repetitive. I liked TRT because it wasn't predictable and very complex. This EP is definitely a let down and a step down from what I know they're really capable of. But like I said I still support these guys, and I look forward to any future music.


This record packs a groove and still kicks you in the balls , in the the words of icona pop I LOVE IT !!

Songs are a little repetitive...

And I would have like to have heard some more singing, just because I really like Jerry's voice. But I do like that they made this EP much heavier and darker than The Royal Thousand. So other than the repetitive part, I think its a pretty sick EP and I can't wait to hear more from them. "How To Survive Suicide" is the best song in my opinion.


Formed: 2011

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '10s

Formed in 2011 by former Sky Eats Airplane and Of Mice & Men singer Jerry Roush, Glass Cloud explore the extreme ends of the sonic spectrum with their progressive metalcore sound. The band came together quickly with the recruitment of longtime friends and Berklee College of Music grads Travis Sykes (bass) and Chad Hasty (drums), as well as the eight-string expertise of Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza guitarist Josh Travis, and was signed by Equal Vision just a month after Roush announced the full...
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