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Definitely a good album. This album is like a "what if" version of Lamb of God - how they probably would sound like in different genres, with different vocalists, and so on. Each song has a different amount of LOG-iness in it, with some sounding more like Morton's original band and some very different. Cross Off, for example, is basically a perfect mix of both LOG and LP and has all the great qualities of each band. Interestingly, one of the least LOG-like songs is Imaginary Days, sung by Morton himself.
Some are better and some are worse, and I definitely prefer the ones that sound more like LOG - but it's still a very good album overall.
Distance Over Time
This album is not bad - well, not astonishingly bad - it's just so mind-numbingly mediocre. None of the songs here is even remotely memorable.