Firstly, I'd like to begin by saying I witnessed the aggressiveness and awesomeness of this band when I was 13 at my first gig. They actually were the first band ever to see as they opened the venue, followed by Young Guns and Lost-prophets. I bought their EP and it was one of my most played CD's I had ever had.
When it comes to post-hardcore, these guys are #1 in my eyes. They mix their sounds of generations and spiritalize the grunge that once was with heavy drum beats, strong altitude bass and banging guitar riffs. The singers consist of a screamer who seems out of place (which is a good thing) and a guy who just sounds well-wicked.
To the album, they seemed to have changed tempo, alot. It's as if they've gone of believing in what they want to do, and tuned up to what they probably should do, which is being done by everyone in modern hard-hitting indie. What's unique however, is that this 'At Sixes and Sevens' gives of such corruption that they've gone split between being this post-hardcore Sex-pistols 70's band to a Two Door cinema Club with-out the stupidly-catchy guitar riffs.
If you was to listen to album a couple of times, it does get boring, it's not a hard-hitting as I expected, a little disappointing actually, and it now seems that these guys are just another good, deserving band that wants some good, deserving fame. I will give it that these guys are unique though, but this album is very repetitive.
Overall, a really good album, with some good songs and a very catchy single. I do recommend and expect more from these boys next time. These could be big! (EP was better)