Look at Yourself CD, Import
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Two words: Josh. Travis.
As a whole, LAY is a sonic playground. Repetitive but constantly changing chugs play against Josh's atmospheric and nü-ified leads in catchy ways, while the rhythm section plays so tightly it's suffocating (in a good way). Tracks like Smokey, Ice Man Confessions and Call Me Ninib perfectly summarize Emmure's "new" direction, with Glass Cloud's djenty riffs and leads mixed with Emmure's fronty lyrics and all-out rhythmic assault.
Frankie's presence is nothing to laugh at here either. His signature larynx shredding shrieks & bellows comingle with some of his most tasteful "rapping" to date (Ice Man, Direlict, Flag of the Beast). Turtle in a Hare Machine also sports his best distorted cleans to date, adding an air of tension and dynamics the band hasn't played with this much since Goodbye to the Gallows. Lyrically, Frankie's gonna Frankie, and I wouldn't have it any other way. A big part of Emmure's appeal are the tough, idgaf lyrics, and LAY has em a'plenty.
One telling lyric comes about halfway through Major Key Alert. "I'm sick of hearing that you want me to be/2007, crying over some b****. Ho, please." He's absolutely on point. This isn't GTTG, TRI, felony, et al. It's 2017, and Emmure is a much more violent beast. The style may be Emmure, but through Josh's sonic exploration and a new found hunger apparent in the Emmure camp they've successfully reinvigorated their music. If you're a fan you have no reason to not buy this album. If you're on the fringe or an Emmure hater, I'd suggest sampling it. Yes, it's simple. Yes, it's short (barely over 30 minutes, my only gripe). But if you sit back, throw your headphones on and just listen, who knows? You might accidently find yourself having a little fun.
For fans of: The Acacia Strain, Glass Cloud, early Attila
Choice Jams: Ice Man Confessions, Russian Hotel Aftermath, Tortoise in a Hare Machine
Note: for more info on the album I have reviews of the RHA/Torch single and Flag of the Beast up on Amazon. All great tracks covered more in depth there.