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I hate to say it, but I was fairly disappointed. I am a huge fan of the Deceiver and was looking forward greatly to Life Cycles. I found the singing to be lacking in what the Deceiver had. I will say the instrumental section of the album was flawless with everything. I had mixed feelings about the screaming. Live A Lie being EXACTLY what I wanted to hear in this album. Wishmaster was a good song, along with a few others. It is safe for me to say that it is a good album, the vocals just caught me off guard. I look forward to what else they have to bring. I think that if I listen to it a few more times, it will grow on me though, I'll give it a few more listens, and I'm hoping that it will. All in all, I hope these guys continue making the music that they want to.

Best album of the year

Every song blows away the competition with Tyler "Telle" Smith's incredible vocals.

Great album, not quite as heavy as Deceiver

First off, I really like this album, don't get me wrong. I don't really know how to word what I'm trying to say, but I'll try. I think I like MORE songs on Life Cycles than I do on Deceiver, but the ones that i DO like on Deceiver, I like MORE than the ones I do on Life Cycles.


Formed: 2008 in Phoenix, AZ

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed in 2008, the Word Alive are a metalcore band based out of Phoenix, Arizona. Originally founded by singer Craig Mabbitt and guitarists Zack Hansen and Tony Pizzuti, the band served as a side project for Mabbitt, who joined Escape the Fate around the same time. Filling out their membership with bassist Nick Urlacher, drummer Tony Aguilera, and keyboardist Dusty Riach, the band began to develop a sound, though their progress was stunted by Mabbitt's rigorous touring schedule, causing the band...
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