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New album out September 22nd.

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Tracks:

1. Bastard Of Society 03:50
2. Redefined 04:19
3. Shit City 03:51
4. Time On Our Side 03:53
5. Best Of The Broken 04:32
6. Eye Of The Storm 03:41
7. Blind Leads The Blind 03:22
8. We Rule 05:45
9. Do You Want It 04:05
10. Into The Great Unknown 07:24

 

Japanese bonus:

 

11. F.Y.I. Miley

 

 

 

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Would be amazing if Kenny manages to put out a good album this year too. But yes I'm excited to hear Dave Dalone on this new HEAT record again, from what I understand he was also an important contributor in the songwriting department

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Not a fan of some of those titles at all. I am hoping I'm wrong, but they seem to be getting heavier and moving away from they're sound. 1st 2 albums were AOR , then ATN melodic rock(AWESOME!), and then TDTW, some really good songs but a bit heavier than the last. And with some of these titles they sound like they are progressing even for heavy.

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Not a fan of some of those titles at all. I am hoping I'm wrong, but they seem to be getting heavier and moving away from they're sound. 1st 2 albums were AOR , then ATN melodic rock(AWESOME!), and then TDTW, some really good songs but a bit heavier than the last. And with some of these titles they sound like they are progressing even for heavy.

maybe there will be some more sax solos to lighten things up :)

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Not a fan of some of those titles at all. I am hoping I'm wrong, but they seem to be getting heavier and moving away from they're sound. 1st 2 albums were AOR , then ATN melodic rock(AWESOME!), and then TDTW, some really good songs but a bit heavier than the last. And with some of these titles they sound like they are progressing even for heavy.

?

 

Only 2/10 suggest anything other than a standard title

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Not a fan of some of those titles at all. I am hoping I'm wrong, but they seem to be getting heavier and moving away from they're sound. 1st 2 albums were AOR , then ATN melodic rock(AWESOME!), and then TDTW, some really good songs but a bit heavier than the last. And with some of these titles they sound like they are progressing even for heavy.

?

 

Only 2/10 suggest anything other than a standard title

Bastard Of Society, Shit City, Eye Of The Storm, Blind Leads The Blind, We Rule

 

I think it's when you have all these titles on one album it could suggest a heavier direction. Let's just wait for the first sample.

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Maybe they're bored just sticking to one style? Sure there were heavier moments on the last album, but let's not forget the title track and Mannequin Show which were VERY poppy. Then there was a piano ballad which I don't know if they ever had a stripped down song like that before

 

I'm hoping for a good album cause for me with H.E.A.T. it's been like this: I've liked the first album they put out with one singer then the second one wasn't as great. So with Kenny the debut is fantastic, Freedom Rock -while still ok- not as great. Then when they got Erik Address The Nation was better overall than Tearing Down The Walls I think.

 

Not that they have a new singer now but it's been something like good, bad, good, bad so far so hope they continue this and follow with an album that I'll really enjoy :D

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Not a fan of some of those titles at all. I am hoping I'm wrong, but they seem to be getting heavier and moving away from they're sound. 1st 2 albums were AOR , then ATN melodic rock(AWESOME!), and then TDTW, some really good songs but a bit heavier than the last. And with some of these titles they sound like they are progressing even for heavy.

?

 

Only 2/10 suggest anything other than a standard title

Bastard Of Society, Shit City, Eye Of The Storm, Blind Leads The Blind, We Rule

 

I think it's when you have all these titles on one album it could suggest a heavier direction. Let's just wait for the first sample.

Lol. Blind leads the blind could be a ballad for all u know ;)

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Not a fan of some of those titles at all. I am hoping I'm wrong, but they seem to be getting heavier and moving away from they're sound. 1st 2 albums were AOR , then ATN melodic rock(AWESOME!), and then TDTW, some really good songs but a bit heavier than the last. And with some of these titles they sound like they are progressing even for heavy.

?

 

Only 2/10 suggest anything other than a standard title

Bastard Of Society, Shit City, Eye Of The Storm, Blind Leads The Blind, We Rule

 

I think it's when you have all these titles on one album it could suggest a heavier direction. Let's just wait for the first sample.

Lol. Blind leads the blind could be a ballad for all u know ;)

 

Eye of the Storm too, maybe a power ballad ;-)

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Not a fan of some of those titles at all. I am hoping I'm wrong, but they seem to be getting heavier and moving away from they're sound. 1st 2 albums were AOR , then ATN melodic rock(AWESOME!), and then TDTW, some really good songs but a bit heavier than the last. And with some of these titles they sound like they are progressing even for heavy.

?

 

Only 2/10 suggest anything other than a standard title

Bastard Of Society, Shit City, Eye Of The Storm, Blind Leads The Blind, We Rule

 

I think it's when you have all these titles on one album it could suggest a heavier direction. Let's just wait for the first sample.

Lol. Blind leads the blind could be a ballad for all u know ;)

Eye of the Storm too, maybe a power ballad ;-)

Nah, I'm banking on "Shit City" being the ballad.

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Not a fan of some of those titles at all. I am hoping I'm wrong, but they seem to be getting heavier and moving away from they're sound. 1st 2 albums were AOR , then ATN melodic rock(AWESOME!), and then TDTW, some really good songs but a bit heavier than the last. And with some of these titles they sound like they are progressing even for heavy.

?

 

Only 2/10 suggest anything other than a standard title

Bastard Of Society, Shit City, Eye Of The Storm, Blind Leads The Blind, We Rule

 

I think it's when you have all these titles on one album it could suggest a heavier direction. Let's just wait for the first sample.

Lol. Blind leads the blind could be a ballad for all u know ;)

Eye of the Storm too, maybe a power ballad ;-)
Nah, I'm banking on "Shit City" being the ballad.

I'm banking on there being no ballads. Hopefully

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Not a fan of some of those titles at all. I am hoping I'm wrong, but they seem to be getting heavier and moving away from they're sound. 1st 2 albums were AOR , then ATN melodic rock(AWESOME!), and then TDTW, some really good songs but a bit heavier than the last. And with some of these titles they sound like they are progressing even for heavy.

?

 

Only 2/10 suggest anything other than a standard title

Bastard Of Society, Shit City, Eye Of The Storm, Blind Leads The Blind, We Rule

 

I think it's when you have all these titles on one album it could suggest a heavier direction. Let's just wait for the first sample.

Lol. Blind leads the blind could be a ballad for all u know ;)

Eye of the Storm too, maybe a power ballad ;-)
Nah, I'm banking on "Shit City" being the ballad.

I'm banking on there being no ballads. Hopefully

 

 

I'm going with Time On Our Side. Sappy title

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Its. Fucking. Fantastic.

I can't remember what you said about Tearing Down The Walls before it came out (although I think it got a perfect score on the website), but how do you feel about it 3 years after release?

 

 

I loved TDTW from almost straight away....it grew on me before I reviewed. This one is extraordinary straight outta the box. Still adore both the Erik fronted albums - among my favourites in the last decade. This will go nicely with those.

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Not a fan of some of those titles at all. I am hoping I'm wrong, but they seem to be getting heavier and moving away from they're sound. 1st 2 albums were AOR , then ATN melodic rock(AWESOME!), and then TDTW, some really good songs but a bit heavier than the last. And with some of these titles they sound like they are progressing even for heavy.

?

 

Only 2/10 suggest anything other than a standard title

Bastard Of Society, Shit City, Eye Of The Storm, Blind Leads The Blind, We Rule

 

I think it's when you have all these titles on one album it could suggest a heavier direction. Let's just wait for the first sample.

Lol. Blind leads the blind could be a ballad for all u know ;)

Eye of the Storm too, maybe a power ballad ;-)
Nah, I'm banking on "Shit City" being the ballad.

I'm banking on there being no ballads. Hopefully

 

 

Jeez you're tough. ;)

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