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||Date: January 4, 2012 at 10:00|
|Once upon a time, Sinner the band was Mat Sinner the man's primary musical focus and Primal Fear was a side project, but it seems that dynamic has flip-flopped lately. The result is that recent Sinner albums have come across as half-hearted efforts, the songwriting a little lacking in enthusiasm like a lover still willing to put out but just not that into it anymore. Luckily, while this latest release doesn't fully return to the band to prime time form (this ain't no "Bottom Line" or "Judgement Day") it is significantly better than the last few albums. Some (not quite all) of the choruses pack a stiffer punch, as if good ol' Matt actually spent more than two minutes writing them. A lot of Sinner fans spent the last several years wondering if the band had at least one good album left in them; "One Bullet Left" answers that question with a resounding yes, even if there is still room for improvement.
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