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They Never Fail To Impress

Burn Season's new EP "Sleepwalker" doesn't disappoint, as expected. The band focused a lot more on today's problems with the world instead of personal problems, as at times it targets things like money and politics, as may be expected to appear in a Green Day, Dope, or maybe even a Slipknot album. The EP kicks off with "Rise Above This" a stong, angry song. It is (I think) a song about someone who is throwing away everything they care about for their own amusement, and is angry with themself at the same time for it, hence the line "I ought to rise above this". It is not as angry as the demo version, for there is no longer profanity and the screams are now more of shouts, but still doesn't fail to impress. The much anticipated single of the album, "The Truth", is (I believe) about how people are making life so hard because of themselves, but are trying to blame others for it and denying that it is their fault. "Killing You" is another song that was a redone demo, and it is basically the same, just not as dark sounding, as there is no vocal effect used. Personally, I think this song is about someone in a troubled relationship, loving the other yet they depress each other at the same time. "Sleeping With the Enemy" is a song about being your own worst enemy or fear. This is by far the most creative track, using some unique lyris ("Violence is sexual, the pleasure is pain") and it uses no drums, bass or guitar. It's just plain electronic with vocals, yet still hard rock, and is the only electronic song I like to date. Pure talent. "Boredom" has been a demo lots of fans have known about for years, (I think it's a song about someone who has been lied to so many times and doesn't know what to do, so he does nothing) and although still 5 star quality, I am a little disappointed here. The demo is significantly more angry, probably one of their darkest songs, lighter than only "Falling", and "Addicted". Don't get me wrong, it's still one of their best tracks to date, but the intro just doesn't seem to suit it as well, the screams have been toned down, and the profanity removed, making it seem like he's not as angry he probably should be based on the lyrics and theme of the song. However, it is still Burn Season, still sounds great, and you can still listen to it over and over and over without getting bored of it, despite the name of the song. (Little joke there, haha.) The album ends with the new song "Krow", which I believe is a song about one who is looking for why life is worth living, similar to the track "This Morning", (unfortunately not released) but without the lyrics depicting suicide and anger and depression. Regardless, this song is still great. My only final 'complaint' is that I think there should be more songs here, along with "This Morning" and "My Fault". I can't wait to see what the band puts out in the future, but until then, I will keep on enjoying these tracks until the day I die.

Welcome Back

I'm a very big fan of Burn Season, I think they don't get the respect they deserve and I'm glad they are coming out with some more great music. I hope they stay together and continue to grow.



Sleepwalker EP - EP, Burn Season
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  • $5.94
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Jan 03, 2012

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