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Nonpoint's return comes with a "Vengeance".

Nonpoint is a work in progress. Each album tends to be different from the last, and there seems to be a bit of a transition from this one as compared to "To the Pain". While the album has a sound and style that's decisively Nonpoint's work, this new album seems to be a bit well-crafted and technically sound. For people who are looking for the sheer rage and anger the last album has, there's a chance to find it in some tracks, but there's more range, depth, and emotion in this than the previous effort. "To the Pain" is the definitive album from the band, but this has more of a vibe that this could have slid between that album and "Recoil". Is this a bad album? No, but I do think that this is a great step in what is starting to seem like the groove Nonpoint prefers to be in when it comes time to make an album. A solid album, and thank you iTunes for putting it up three days late.


The latest from metal heroes, Nonpoint, surely feels rushed. Their fifth major album doesn't have the same feel of their predecessors; Development, Recoil, and To The Pain. The track, "Bring Me Down", is the best on the album, just because it has the sound of Recoil. And in fact that was the first song I heard before it came out, and I thought the album was going to sound more like Recoil. But it was a suprise to me how aggressive it sounds. Some tracks are very well done, for example: Bring Me Down, March of War, Breathe, and Hands Off. The last few tracks sound like filler. As albums go as far as other artists, Vengeance is good. But as far as Nonpoint goes, Vengeance was a dissappointment.

Somewhat Disappointed

I am a huge Nonpoint fan. I use to go to their shows before they were signed. Unfortunately, I think this album was either too rushed or was geared to much toward radio play. There are about 4 or 5 songs that are Nonpoint worthy in my opinion. Take more time on the next album guys.


Formed: 1997 in Fort Lauderdale, FL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Formed in Miami in 1997, Nonpoint is an alternative metal/rap-metal foursome whose members have included vocalist Elias Soriano, drummer Robb Rivera, guitarist Andrew Goldman and bassist Ken "KB" MacMillan. Occasionally, the bilingual Soriano sings and raps in Spanish, although the vast majority of Nonpoint's lyrics are in English. Nonpoint's first CD, Separate Yourself, was released independently in 1997 and was followed by 1999's Struggle on Jugular and 2000's Statement on MCA. After several tours...
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