Published May 13, 2011
This review really can’t do justice to the cataclysm that is listening to Reason To Believe’s debut album. The glossy production values can’t mask the gaping homogeny that comes with having a cut-and-paste generic emo sound, along with whiny lyrics that surely came from an ‘only you can understand my pain’ random lyric generator.
If you want to venture into a downward spiral of morbid self obsession and self-harm, then get something more profound as your soundtrack. This on the other hand, will almost certainly give you soul cancer.