13 Songs, 51 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

From the opening track “Besitos”—with its speed-of-light guitar riff, impassioned vocal onslaught, and near-operatic chorus—Pierce the Veil make it clear that Selfish Machines is not just another metal album. It blurs emo, prog rock, and post-hardcore into a powerhouse of a record. However, tracks like “Disasterology” and the multi-faceted juggernaut “Caraphernelia” offset their technical prowess with pop-schooled catchiness. Selfish Machines is an album about the complexities of love, and its emotional weight and sonic intricacies do the difficult subject justice.

EDITORS’ NOTES

From the opening track “Besitos”—with its speed-of-light guitar riff, impassioned vocal onslaught, and near-operatic chorus—Pierce the Veil make it clear that Selfish Machines is not just another metal album. It blurs emo, prog rock, and post-hardcore into a powerhouse of a record. However, tracks like “Disasterology” and the multi-faceted juggernaut “Caraphernelia” offset their technical prowess with pop-schooled catchiness. Selfish Machines is an album about the complexities of love, and its emotional weight and sonic intricacies do the difficult subject justice.

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