After hearing some awful reviews, I decided I wanted to review this album for
myself. Some reviews said this album was awful, like a boyband meets metal.
Over all, I do like the album. It does at times have an interesting feel to it, with its metalic sound being occasionally mixed with a technoish sound. The only thing that sounded reminiscent of a boyband was honestly the non-screaming vocals. He sounds like he belongs in Big Time Rush at times.
If I'm perfectly honest, I don't know how I feel about Incomparable in full. My first thought after hearing the full album was that the album was alright, but nothing special. The only track that really stood out to me a lot was, "Real
& True". "You see things from a different point of view. Why should I listen
to you? Why should I let you in? Why should I even trust you? We are like two
different worlds apart. Won't let you in, always wait for remain. Why should I
even trust you?" It questions some of the same things I myself have questioned
I feel the best tracks are, "Real & True", "Within My Heart" and the very sweet, "Calling". The rest of the album, for me, is left in the dust.
Because I do feel they've put forward a lot of effort on the lyrics and instrumentals, I give this album four stars.
All reviews have the date they were written, the album title, and the band's name, with the exception of Life Starts Now by Three Days Grace and Dear Agony by Breaking Benjamin. Those dates were guessed at, as they were written well before the website began.