This is a solid cd of swedish influenced metalcore. Their first cd was very weak compared to this as it was an obvious zao ripoff. But this cd is a huge leap forward for them, and they do a lot to set themselves apart from the throng of other wannabe metalcore bands. The cd starts out with 94 hours, which has some really tight drumming and excellent guitar work and sets the pace for the rest of the album. Jordan Mancino blazes on the double bass in this first song and throughout the entire album, and it's awesome. 94 hours, Elegy, Undefined, and Falling Upon Deaf Ears are among the highlights of this cd. The lyrics are so-so and the production could have been a little better, however. Also, they are a christian band, but it's okay here because they keep it to themselves (are you listening underoath?). This cd is solid and worth the money. If you like loud music, particularly metal or hardcore, this cd has all the components of a good metalcore cd and is worth the purchase. BTW you can find it most stores for $9.99, as with most other metalblade records.