11 Songs, 36 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

3.2 out of 5
62 Ratings
62 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...

StephenRA7 ,

One of the catchiest albums in a long time

After giving this album just a few spins, I simply couldn't put it down! The riffs, the choruses, the raps, everything is so catchy on this album. I'll admit that some of the lyrics are super cheesy, shallow, or just not very good, but these cheesy lines don't represent the album as a whole. There's a lot of emotion and experiences in these lyrics, and the stories are told beautifully by both vocalists. I'm also a huge sucker for powerful melodies in songs, and this album absolutely nails this concept.

I've listened to the previous Sylar album (Help!) as well, and while I did really like their heavier sound and the harsh vocals, I really appreciate the new sound that they've adopted here. The boys chose to push their music into uncharted territory, and it pays off big time in some of the best songs they've written to date! There is absolutely something to be said for not wanting to write the same album over again. Job well done, my friends.

Slimdiesal ,

I’m feeling this season!!!!

This season needs to come around more. Much more melodic this time around, I ve had this album on constant repeat since I first heard it, and before this was never really into these guys. Many bands can put out a good song or 2 but this start to finish is really good. No way, Sickminded and Wait for you are the highlights in my opinion... another band expanding their creativity. Great job!!!

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