I actually think this is their best album yet. Jona has brought so much to this band, and the concept is so thought out. Much more mature than their past 2 albums. Plus I have had this album for 2 weeks now (cause I got it in my college radio station) so I have listened to it like crazy.
<<<<<<<<<<its definitly more mature than that joke called t mills, whoever he is>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Alligator Blood, Visions and Blacklist are very skippable tracks, the rest is actually not bad. It Never Ends remains the best song, Don't Go is the "ballad" of the album and Anthem seems like a reworked version of Chelsea Smile (and it doesn't mean it sucks, since I really liked that track). Overall I'm really impressed. I only need a few more listens to convince myself to buy the album.
i been peeping this for a few days now im really into Alligator Blood & Visions.and of course It Never Ends....as for the entire album,its reallly good i definitely enjoy the soft parts they put in it,it carries such strong build ups & such...i love the fact they took things a little more creative than other bands who just stick to Chuga Chuga breakdowns for every single track on the album.this album has breakdowns and good heavy songs but the mix of softness works well and when played in correct tracklisting order its even better.great album