This five song EP isn't terrible, but I can honestly say I was far from impressed. I'm not big on the sing's voice. He sounds similar to Placebo's singer, and he sounds flat on most songs. Not to mention, his voice really doesn't suit their style of music at all.
I don't ave a favorite on the EP, as I didn't care for any of it much. A stand out track however was "Honesty Box" because its the first track on the EP that he screams on, and to be brutally honest it made me realize how bad it is!
I am sorry to say that this album has to be the first album I have ever given one star too. Its terrible. They need a better singer and some better recording systems.
"La Prologue" was an interesting choice for an introduction. They actually sound like they're live in front of a crowd. That being said, I can't understand most of what he's screaming.
I really enjoyed this album, even if the screams were hard to understand from time to time. it still sounded good, never the less, and the lyrics I was catching are great.
My personal favorite track is either, "The Sick, Sick 6.8 Billion" or "Renegade 86'" for no other reason than them being catchy songs.
I give this album five stars.
I feel like one of Capture The Crown's major influences is Asking Alexandria. Their intro alone sounded just like something Asking would do.
That being said, it isn't a bad thing. Capture The Crown pulls it off very well. My personal favorite is probably the lead single, "You Call That A Knife, This is A Knife."
Over all, this is a great album, its one of the first things that would come to mind when you think of hardcore music.
The intro to this album was beautiful and ominous. It made me picture someone in a dark room playing their instruments alone. It could have very well been a great music video all on its own, even though it is a short song. The creepy laughter at the end was a great touch as well.
This whole album is genius, I could see this being a movie actually. Someone should get on that, and create the first ever metal musical based off this album. I can't pick a favorite, I just know I love this album.
Obviously, this album deserves five stars.
This EP proved that For All Those Sleeping had potential, but this EP is far from perfect. There's nothing quite wrong with it, it just sounded a bit like every other hardcore band out there. They're better than that now.
I do not have a favorite on this EP, but "Tacoma 1987: Dreams Come True" has points where the singer sounded similar to Hawthorne Height's singer. That made it stand out some.
Because the EP wasn't bad, and was decent, I hae to give this EP three stars. They certainly had roo
The introduction to this album, "Outspoken" is a very unique one. That was very creative, making it sound like a radio broadcast, one that even says where their from and their name. That was very clever, and something I had never heard before on an album.
This whole album is incredible, whoever writes the lyrics for this band is a genius. They speak the truths that everyone can relate to. I'm guessing someone told him that once, because on my personal favorite track, "Follow My Voice", he says, "I don't want to be a voice of a generation, I just want to be a voice for you." That personalizes music and that takes music
You may not have heard of these guys yet, but believe me, you will. Maycomb makes the perfect debut with this album.
Their sound is fun, sort of like Mayday Parade, or Simple Plan. Their sing's voice reminds me of Silverstein's singer. I cannot name a favorite on the album, but I can say its a great album.
This album has recieved five stars and I look forward to hearing more from Maycomb.
This album starts off with, "Outbreak of Heartbreak" and its all about feeling like something is wrong in a relationship, even when it seems perfect. That seems like someone a lot of people can relate to , so I really liked this track.
The first thing I noticed about this album were the track titles. "I'm Not dead Yet", and "He's Dead Because Mommy Killed Him". What the hell kind of titles are those? "I'm Not Dead Yet" does actually fit the song, and "He's Dead Because Mommy Killed Him" is sort of relevant too. Its all about about a bad dream when you're asleep. I'd have to say
Grammy nominated band, Halestorm, clearly put a lot into this album. Its really no wonder why were nominated for such an honorable award.
I was greatly impressed by this album, Halestorm never ceases to amaze. My favorite is either "Love Bites (So Do I)", "You Call Me A Bitch Like Its A Bad Thing", or "Freak Like Me." You can tell that Lzzy Hale does a lot of the lyric writing, her attitude shines through a lot and its awesome.
This album recieved five stars from me!
This A Day To Remember album is older, but its still great. Though its not their best, in my opinion. To me, that's What Seperates Me From You.
I enjoy every song on this album, but my favorites are "Have Faith In Me" and "If It Means A Lot To You". "Have Faith In Me" is all about being there for someone when you said you'd be there, and "If It Means A Lot To You" is just a very sweet song. What's not to love about that? Sweet is a bit abnormal for A Day To Remember, but they still do it very well.
I give this album five stars.
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