I've been waiting for new O'Brother since I first saw them live on the Thrice farewell tour. Their debut album Garden Window was phenomenal, but Disillusion is simply better in every single possible way, especially songs like Come Into The Divide and Perilous Love. The notion that Disillusion is a sophomore record unbelievable, when taking into account the maturity and skill and musicianship evident in this album. While listening, I couldn't stop grinning ear to ear. This is what I've been waiting for.
First half is great, sans the opener. Second half is good but contains a couple tracks that
hold this album back. Interesting vocals; somewhere between Thrice and Taproot; but it suits
the gloomy atmosphere well. 3.7/5