|Empire In The Silence Of The Night
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|4.0 excellent||mas westman | July 8th 12|
In a nutshell, In The Silence Of The Night has the heavier and dissonant passages of Underoath's
Define the Great Line with the raw emotion of Touche Amore's To The Beat Of A Dead Horse.
Putting this in any one genre is fairly difficult, but nothing here hasn't been heard before. It's more that the
genre blending is rarely done as solidly, being as this is this band's first release. The vocals sound
reminiscent of Defeater's Travels, but a lot more desperate. There's a dark cloud hovering above this
album, but the lyrics are never quite clear as to what has the writer so bothered. One could argue that this
could bring down the complexity of the lyrics, but they're done so well that it's hard to critique. This band is
young but you wouldn't know unless you looked up a biography. Tons of future potential here, guys.
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