Ah, yes - Killing The Dream's defining album, In Place, Apart. You see, what makes the band play its best for this album is its line-up: after this, Killing The Dream had a different set of songwriters that couldn't match the quality of the original crew. This hits hardcore track after hardcore track with memorable hooks and passionate lyrical one-liners, simple and potent. You just gotta love things that make you feel like shit and superhuman at the very same time: "We're all fucked / There's nothing we can do!" Throw in Killing The Dream's best song as a closer, "Four Years Too Late", and bam: typical melodic hardcore with that extra -umph and edge.