This album is probably Pierce The Veil's best yet. The music flows together insanely well, and each song is deep and powerful.
My favorite is probably, "Hell Above", because of the way its put together. Its seemingly about wanting to escape from the world, and be in your own reality for a moment. "This is a wasteland, my only retreat. With Heaven above you, there's Hell above me. The water is rising, the air is so clean, and then for a second I feel fine. This is the wasteland, my only retreat."
Other songs that stood out are the lead single, "King For a Day" featuring Kellin Quinn, "A Match Into Water", and several others. This is truly their best album yet, and has earned a solid five stars.
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