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Category: Modern Hard Rock
Label: Atlantic Records
|5.||Kill Your Conscience|
|13.||The Human Radio|
|15.||Headcase Japanese/Walmart Bonus Track|
|16.||ANWTD (A New Way To Die) Japanese/Walmart Bonus Track|
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|From: metalmaniac777||Date: August 5, 2018 at 9:15|
|Crisp, clean modern hard rock played with plenty of crunch and enough angst to fuel at least five grunge bands. I see a lot of folks 'round these parts talking smack about these guys, but they've always got the job done for me. Granted, they're not quite top-tier caliber, but they readily deserve to be near the top of modern rock's second tier. While this new album isn't their best--that would be "Sounds of Madness"--it's definitely a significant improvement over their last one, which left many fans as lukewarm as old coffee. In other words, yeah, this one is worthy of your attention.|
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