Despite the fact that these guys are just barely past their teenage years they are releasing their second album and have already lost their lead singer. Playing a heavier type of metal they have shown themselves to be more than adequate musicians by using odd and innovative time changes within their songs. This isn't your usual straightforward metal. That being said, what does have to improve on is recording music that will make them stand out from the crowd. Front to back the album is filled with similar sounding songs with nothing distinguishing about them. It is almost as if they were written using the same formula. Due to their young age the band will hopefully continue to evolve and find their 'voice'.
- Year of the Dog