“Considering this is a debut release from a band that hasn’t been together very long, a lot of what I’m impressed with is the production of “Bitterness Lays In Wasted Times”. How the quintet has managed to deliver such a crisp sounding EP this early in their career is amazing. What does let the EP down is how most of the songs sound too similar. Individually great tracks with nice technicality and emotion, but four tracks in a row blend into sixteen minutes of the same thing. It’s not unique but there are some plus sides to take away from a decent debut.”
For The Fans Of: Glass Harbour, While She Sleeps, The Ghost Inside
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