Can't help but to say this sounds generic at times, but that doesn't mean it's that bad. For me the CD took a little while to pick up, but "Let's Burn This" and "Turbulence" were placed perfectly in the middle to catch my attention. Overall it's nothing special, but nothing that bad either. It almost sounds like the band doesn't know what they want their sound to be. It's light and poppy one minute, and then takes a turn for heavy the next. I guess this isn't bad since it kinda adds variety, but they need to find their sound so they don't get categorized as just another generic "scenecore" band.
These guys are one of my favorite bands, and i think this album has alot of creativity! Although there are parts missing from 'the amazing atom' that were on the original recording i wished they would have kept in the album's version. But overall i think the album is creative, and i think its a good step after tgeir EP.
Aside from "143 Princess", "Turbulence" and the leastwise catchy "Chapter 7" this is pure rubbish. It's hard to even bear the first three songs of this disc. Imagine a bastard of Asking Alexandria, Enter Shikari and Cartel. Sounds retarded? It is. Brutal scenecore takes turns with cheesy, poorly sung pop punk. Thank god they borrowed Kellin Quinn from Sleeping With Sirens which tries to make a brave rescue effort at the end of the record...only the light of his presence keeps this longplayer above total squits-material in the 1.0/1.5-regions.