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|3.||Who Will You Run To||4:00|
|6.||All You've Done (Nothing Is New)||3:07|
|8.||Taste The Lips||3:53|
|9.||Million Lights Above||5:03|
|10.||Hate Me, Leave Me||3:38|
|Total Running Time:||44:16|
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|From: Reverend Mayhem||Date: April 28, 2013 at 8:12|
|Roaring hard rock/quasi-metal with '80s NWOBHM twin guitar attitude and eye candy vocalist. "Waste Away" is a sufficiently angry and up-tempo opener, quickly establishing the tone for what's to come: a lead voice similar to Pat Benatar (but not as vocally proficient), gang shout choruses, and just enough crunch to stride the hard rock/power metal line. A couple metal-ish ballad tracks ("Million Lights Above," "Gone Away") and a change-up shuffle ("All You've Done") round out the overall throwback feel of the album. It doesn't hurt that frontbabe Lariyah Daniels has fitness-coach-meets-Playboy looks to bolster the visual appeal of the band (especially when wrapped in leather), but musically it would help if the songs were better written and not just metal-by-rote. A little more seasoning and the band could be terrific. If you like the kind of aggressiveness and mean guitars that a mix of old-school Accept & Crue & Saxon & W.A.S.P. would provide, this is your kind of album. 75 / 100|
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