Hatebreed continues their hardcore/ metal sound. But with this album, they go a bit more metal. And succeeds. For about 99 percent of the time, this album is in-your-face-. Strait up, " I hate you." There is no need for me to do a song by song review because all the songs are 8, 9, or 10. AKA, all great. I've been a fan ever since I saw them with Lamb of God. This was a year ago. Soon I bought this album and a Hatebreed hat and I was a fan.
Hatebreed tested out new styles in the album and got this, a near perfect master piece!!! The have 30 percent hardcore, 70 percent metal. I think that Hatebreed stands out from its peers with Jasta's unique yell/scream. I love these guys and will always be a fan.
Thanks for reading my 2nd review! Please don't judge by length it is getting late and I just wanted to make a short review.
Hatebreed's most concentrated work to date. Half of the album shows off the band's new found appreciation of metal with almost metalcore qualifying songs, and thrash inspired instrumentals. The other half shows some of the metallic hardcore that we're all used to, in fact showing off moments of just straight-up hardcore punk. Hatebreed's finest album by far, and for once, I'm actually starting to get why this band is so loved.