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|3.5 great||Micah-Nahum Ferguson | December 15th 12|
My Heart to Fear throws a strong album into the chug-a-chug fray that holds forms of uniqueness in subtle ways,
despite its lack of overall variety. The strong instrumentation and the creativity within its presentation is refreshing
a most times, but embarrassing at times as well. The harsh vocals are on point, but the cleans are far too
layered. A well done and surprising EP.
|3.5 great||Jacob Hollows | December 10th 12|
My Heart To Fear brings nothing new to the metalcore table. But they're still very enjoyable, full of great vocals, drumming, and riffs/breakdowns. Heck, even the bassist is pretty good. So overall, nothing new, but still enjoyable.
|4.0 excellent||MegaJake1024 | December 4th 12|
Perhaps an excellent might be generous, but its extremely good for how under the radar these guys are. The cleans are catchy and well-placed, some very good guitar riffs, and some especially impressive piano and synth-worth intermixed. Where the ep falters is on production, drumming, and consistent guitar work - far too much chugging, but in a somehow soft fashion at times. Some very impressive sections on the ep, but a lot of mediocre stuff too. But I look forward to their future.
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