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|3.0 good||Tyler Christian Pifer | June 10th 12|
They promised a heavier album and we kind of sort of got one. Not the heaviness I was expecting,but there are more breakdowns than Outbreak Of Heartache. They have their first all screaming song. With that being said, there is a little bit more screaming, which has improved with this album. The cleans are about the same as OOH, and just as catchy. FATS produce another cliche metalcore album that is better than most, but dont expect it to be considered for the metalcore album of the year.
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|5.0 classic||woeisbeppe | June 27th 12|
One of the best album I've ever heard, every chorus in there is catchy as hell! Is the evolution of A Day To Remember's formula, and they make it better: better breakdowns, better vocals...5/5 for me.
|3.5 great||TylerOnFire | June 16th 12|
Heavier than Outbreak Of Heartache, but not by much, save a couple all screaming songs. The two dubstep parts in Turn Of The Century and Backstabber are well placed as well. I find the clean vocals done by bassist London are very catchy. The album sounds like a younger A Day To Remember.
|2.0 poor||Devastator | June 15th 12|
Mediocre album is very mediocre. Nothing special with this at all, the cleans are annoying at best. Lots of breakdown as per 98% of metalcore today. If your looking for something generic and underwhelming look no further. If you want a memorable album look someplace else.
|3.5 great||Venzetti | June 15th 12|
I rarely find myself telling someone to listen to a new album by a particular artist, after finding out they have only heard the debut and did not like it these days, but this album has changed that, sure it still has their debut's cheesy chorus lines, it still has the half hearted breakdown's and sure it still has a very love him/hate him screamer but they've added something into the mix that could not be heard on the debut and that's heart. Songs like Follow My Voice and One Kiss manage to hit a metaphorical chord like no one's business while still shaking the foundation of your neck with head bobbing rhythms and catchy choruses. Worth a listen, prepared to be surprised by a group that used to be considered plain old popcore.
|4.0 excellent||kizmang | December 27th 12|
|4.0 excellent||Tanner | December 22nd 12|
|2.0 poor||Zikana | November 15th 12|
|4.5 superb||Burcey | October 18th 12|
|3.5 great||sacc87 | October 11th 12|
|2.5 average||Tobi | September 9th 12|
|2.5 average||iGuter | June 10th 12|
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