11 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Five albums in, Pop Evil continue to expand the boundaries of contemporary rock. From the staccato nu-metal riffs, harmonic squeals, and radio-ready chorus of "Waking Lions" to the sparse chimes, pulsing beat, and chunky bass riff of "Nothing but Thieves," the band delivers crisp melodic rock punctuated by modern electronic elements. Meanwhile, versatile vocalist Leigh Kakaty raps on the politically charged "Colors Bleed" and "Art of War" while delivering high-flying choruses on the piano-driven "A Crime to Remember" and future sports anthem "Be Legendary."

EDITORS’ NOTES

Five albums in, Pop Evil continue to expand the boundaries of contemporary rock. From the staccato nu-metal riffs, harmonic squeals, and radio-ready chorus of "Waking Lions" to the sparse chimes, pulsing beat, and chunky bass riff of "Nothing but Thieves," the band delivers crisp melodic rock punctuated by modern electronic elements. Meanwhile, versatile vocalist Leigh Kakaty raps on the politically charged "Colors Bleed" and "Art of War" while delivering high-flying choruses on the piano-driven "A Crime to Remember" and future sports anthem "Be Legendary."

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