I guess the Amazon reviewer means 'soaring' but can't spell. As such the choruses are very much reminiscent of Circa Survive, with songs filled with light and dark building to sweeping crescendos. While no individual track stands out the album holds the attention well, has unity and is powered throughout by engagingly intricate bass and drums. Not up to the standards of Karnivool but similarly complex, angst-ridden stuff.....
Hooked onto these guys on the back of Karnivool and Cog. The album combines power and passion so missing from Transatlantic and most British rock at present, and bands like Dead Letter Circus deserve to be huge but seem to get little exposure in Europe. Best described as Alt rock meets Industrial I guess, for me the real stand out track is The Cage.
High octane, full of energy, invigorating...Killer band, not a single "filler" song on the entire album, each song is a song in its own right, each just as fantastic as the last. Brilliant fusing of Electronic and Rock, crazy-awesome vocals, mad apeggeic guitar riffs, robotic pumping bass and a drummer with the stamina to shame an olympian, this is the frontier of awe-inspiring.
I bought this CD on the basis of hearing one track on Kerrang radio in the UK in 2011 and I haven't stopped listening to it since. Every track is superb. I can't understand why Warner Music UK have not promoted the Band or released the CD in the UK. I'm now in the process of buying there other CD's.