Vocals mean everything to me; if a band can't successfully pull off their vocal performance than I usually don't have a tendency to like it very much. Outline in Color absolutely delivers when it comes to both vocalists. If you can't handle the crazy high pitched singer than this isn't for you, but Simeson does it very well. Sometimes the pitch gets a little out of hand but I can deal. On the other side of things, screamer Trevor Tatro kills it with his extreme lows and those crazy highs that just brought the largest smile to my face. Beyond that what we have is a fairly generic, yet fun listen. The album can deal without a few tracks and a little less synth, but the obnoxious amount of well placed breakdowns work out for someone like me and some of the vocal and musical arrangements are extremely catchy. I have to give even more credit to the drummer for his extreme handling of his drum kit, he is all over the place. Point is, this is fun, and if you can handle all the generic aspects than check this out.
Generic metalcore done well. Although the clean vocalist goes a little too high a few times he is definitely talented. Harsh vocalist is also solid, providing a good tone and a pretty varied range. A tad too many generic breakdowns, but there is still enough other things going on in the music to keep you interested. Solid release.
Great job and hit my expectations I didn't expect any more or any less from this album. I really like how they don't just use one chord throughout the song they blend the notes and use different chords for verses and the drums are punishing