After hearing “Monster You Made”., I decided I needed to hear more. I was highly impressed when I did listen. Their singer, Leigh Kakaty, has such an incredible voice, and seems to be greatly into the lyrics he’s singing.
That continues throughout the album, which is something I enjoyed about this album. If they’re into the words they’re singing, I feel the music is better and more relatable.
There’s not a single track on this album I dislike, they’re all very good. The best ones in my opinion would either be “Broken And Betrayed” or “Monster You Made.” Both songs are very deep and relatable. “Broken And Betrayed” is all about realizing that shit happens and feeling betrayed. It also talks about the struggle of breaking away from someone who’s caused you harm. Everyone’s been through something similar, and if you haven’t, then you need to consider yourselves lucky.
Then there’s “Monster You Made”, not only is it beautifully written, but its all about wanting to change things you don’t like about yourself, and somewhat blaming society for how you turned out. I loved the line that says, “Who I am is not who I used to be.” People change, and this song talks about
that so well.
Do not over look this album. If you do, you’ll be missing out on something great. There’s no rating other than five stars that is worthy of this album.
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