11 Songs, 36 Minutes


Mastered for iTunes


Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

3.2 out of 5
58 Ratings
58 Ratings
Chinesemuchacho ,

um 90s

This sounds like its an old Linkin Park album that sat around on the floor under a desk or cabinet that no one remembered making cause they were all drunk, then, a janitor found it, and relabeled and stuck it out there...

Likaboss480 ,

Solid, but has lost their iconic sound

Looking at this album objectively, its not bad! However when compared with sylars previous endeavors, its extremely lack luster. Their iconic sound was lost when they poured too much rap and not enough metal into the mix. And personally i think that jadens strengths lie in screams, not rap. That one verse in wait for you barley have me hope, but was shot right back down by shook

Wtpergatory ,


To Whom It May Concern actually meant a lot to me and I felt that album on a spiritual level. It’ll always be one of my all time favorites. Help! Had a few bangers and was overall pretty good. But the music is just become more and more generic and bland and it’s upsetting to see. Hate to be one of those people but I really miss the old Sylar. Missing that sound. Nobody else had that unique sound, a mix of raw emotion and heaviness with something to say. Nothing lasts forever.

About Sylar

Formed in Queens, New York in 2012, metalcore quintet Sylar devastate listeners with their frantic and crushing sound. While the band is made up of singer Jayden Panesso, guitarist/vocalist Miguel Cardona, guitarist Dustin Jennings, bassist Travis Hufton, and drummer Thomas Veroutis, the band uses the studio like an extra instrument. Heavily produced and processed, with angular edits and heavily gated guitars creating an almost mechanical sound, the band's sound has no doubt been shaped by producer Caleb Shomo (of Attack Attack!), who worked with the band to produce its self-released debut EP, Deadbeat, which arrived in 2013. The album found Sylar being quickly snatched up by Razor & Tie, who signed them and released their debut full-length, To Whom It May Concern, in 2014. The following year saw the band ink a deal with Hopeless Records and begin work on a new studio album. The resulting Help! dropped in August 2016, shortly after the release of the LP's lead single, "Assume." ~ Gregory Heaney

New York, NY [Queens]