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What happened!?

One word best describes this album, LAZY. Lazy lyrics, lazy song writing. Jag's vocals have never sounded more flat and unenthused. I didn't think these guys could ever let me down but they have. Where's the technical guitar work? Where are the crazy tempo changes? Where's the dynamic they used to have with some of the best scream/clean vocals in the scene? Even the screaming (what little there is) is flat and makes little impact.
All you kids saying that this is their best album, go listen to the last 3. "Rise" is boring, lazy 4-chord "catchy" chorus lameness that sounds like all they care about is getting played on the radio.
Hideous follow up to 3 spectacular records.

Let down.

I had really high hopes for this album, and I wanted to like it so bad. But I just don't like more than a few parts of a few songs. It just sounds so uninspired. They really went down the path of laziness with this one. Very predictable, mildly catchy, but 100% forgettable. Do yourself a favor and skip this album.


VERY impressed. This is a great album. Best yet from A Skylit Drive :) Buy it! :)


Formed: Lodi, California

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed in 2006 while all of its bandmembers were attending high school in Lodi, California, A Skylit Drive quickly established a familiar post-hardcore sound, combining the aggression of screamo with the pop-leaning aspects of emo. The sextet released its debut EP, She Watched the Sky, in 2007 on Tragic Hero Records. By the end of that year, A Skylit Drive had endured numerous lineup changes, a situation that lent itself well to 2008's tense, angst-fueled full-length debut, Wires...And the Concept...
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