I can't feel this album as much as I should. Not to be a screamo purist, but this music's passion is so much more visible when the production is ugly and unmastered. Pg. 99 seems to bring in a more mainstream audience with a very strongly produced handful of songs and it seems contrary to their overall mission. That aside, the music and lyrics are often good but nothing that merits this as an emo classic.
Fantastic screamo a majority of the time, but the generic punk-rock-ness of the final track really holds this album back for me. Pg. 99, you make fantastic music out of such confusing cacophony, stick to what you do good and don't try being every punk garage band ever. 3.7/5