Halfway to Winter really messed themselves up by disbanding, looking at who they were playing with and touring around with is impressive, considering their circumstances as an unsigned group. To The Wolves could be an onslaught of a live show, the energy is built up and kept high from start to end. Surprisingly though one thing we're not attacked with are breakdowns, only a select few could be found throughout which is actually a good thing. They make them count, it's called being smart. Instrumentally this album delivers enough ear friendly riffage for the genre, same goes for the vocals. The cleans are terrific at first, but somehow manage to become flat at other times, don't really see what happened there. At first listen though there was a bit of surprise, but after everything suck in and had a chance to really grab me, I've come to find this is a "moment" album. It's cool to check out every once in a while, and I had more fun during little sections of songs than entire lengths. Still worth checking out though, it's entertaining.