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Editors’ Notes

The Overseer stake out a wide swath of sonic terrain on their sophomore album, ascending peaks of aggression before diving into valleys of reflection. While taking cues from the likes of Underoath and Blindside, the Arkansas-based Christian quartet forge their own identity on Rest & Let Go thanks to their ability to combine metalcore ferocity with melodic finesse and lyric nuance. Frontman Anthony Rivera earns kudos for his ability to effectively target his harsh vocals rather than simply scream his lungs out. His clean singing on tracks like “Fragile Wings” and “The Structure/The Foundation” is both heroic and vulnerable, lent extra impact by Darren King’s bruising guitars and Abishai Collingsworth’s merciless drumming. When Rivera bears his fangs and releases his inner ogre—as he does on “Paper Thin Houses” and “Finer Fiend”—he becomes truly intimidating. The corrosive roar of “The Ferryman, Charon” and “Scarlet Wool” reinforces rather than undercuts the quieter soul-cries of “Death March” and “Depraved.” Those seeking raw fury will find it in these tracks, along with a keen intelligence that separates The Overseer from their peers.

Customer Reviews

wow!

this cd blows their Previous Cd out the water, very mature sounding! i suggest you purchase this album. every song is great and you wont skip any song cause it gets boring.. its that good, I feel like this band is the New Underoath to me.

Lightsabers Have Shadows

The first thing that stands out to me about this record is the overwhelming desire to listen to the album again as soon as I finished it. I've seen many other reviews stating the fact that people aren't into the style of music that The Overseer creates, but they listen to it because they are the ones performing it, and they do it right.. The Overseer has an amazing sense of quality to their music that makes it such a joy to listen to. The reasoning behind my desire to go back and listen to it a second time is knowing there will be more to the music that I didn't notice during the first, second, or even third spin. I'm reminded of the three newest Star Wars movies, and the fact that every time I watched them I noticed more things, such as the fact that even the lightsaber "blades" have shadows (special effects obviously). I know thats a bit of a wierd way to compare it, but its true, there are details in the richness of this record. This is a great band that is truly going places.

Amazing!!

This cd was incredible! You guys have really matured as a band. This is my all time favorite album! It has hardcore, melodic, and progressive songs! There is something for everybody and the variety is very good. Keep it up Overseer! After this album you can count on me being a lifetime fan! By the way, check out their song "Depraved" It is my favorite song! It very progressive and give me chills every time I hear it!

Rest & Let Go, The Overseer
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: Mar 04, 2014

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