An epic scream is let out at the beginning of the opening line, which kind of falsely sets the tone for this EP. Not to say that it's not good, but it's nothing spectacular. Just ran across this band a few minutes ago actually, and I have to say they have made a solid metalcore album. Metalcore nowadays is considered to be a generic genre by most. Unfortunately, this is the case here. There are still some good highlights within. Mainly the lyrics and vocals, but there are some nice guitar parts as well. To be perfectly frank, Iodine releases a solid EP that doesn't add much to an already "dead" genre, but is not bad at all. With some work, they can make an even better second effort with the potential they have showcased.