Am I really the first person to give this album a review?! Apparently. Anyhow, after the great first two records and then the career defining Static Tensions and Time Will Fuse it's Worth, Kylesa brave a daring new direction that by their standards can only be described as pop. The title track here really is the standout in my opinion, perhaps because I haven't quite got my head around the record as a whole and was suprised to hear them playing tracks as straight forward and singalong as Don't Look Back. I really do like this band a hell of a lot and admire the way they have progressed and worked so hard on their sound but this album hasn't really grabbed me yet or begged for repeated playing. It's just very different. Maybe it will sudenly hit me, only time will tell. The duel drum attack it still very much in place, the riffs are crushing in places but the growling metal seems to have ever so slightly gone and been replaced with catchy tunes that only prove further how diverse this bands influences are.