“Dying Breed,” come sin with that joined harmony chorus thing and then filters into something fascinating, with a pounding rhythm and some seriously big hooks. “Hellfire,” continues the trend with a seriously catchy riff that drives proceedings and ensures the listener truly sits up and pays attention. “Blast Me Up,” rocks the house down, snarling and shimmering through the ground. “Nobody Can Change,” roars and smashes things down through sheer brutality. “Like Me,” leads from the bass and then takes a shift and a change here and there.
“All Angels Have Gone,” slows things down enough to allow for some reflection and for some serious shifting and changing. “We Are The Mayhem,” comes rattling down with thunder and grace, shifting the tone another notch or two into epic territory. “Rock Radio,” soars and laughs up all the attention. “Public Enemy,” has some seriously catchy hooks and melodies. “A Call From The Inside,” hooks and himmers.
The album is out on 13th September via Steamhammer/SPV