Stick To Your Guns “True View”

Six albums deep into their adventure as a band, and the group charts an album worthy of newcomers and legacy lovers alike. The band has been molding themselves into a commercial hardcore act without dismissing their roots for years, and on their latest release the sing alongs are more prevalent and contagious than ever. This record doesn’t really chart new terrain for the band, but it does fine tune some of their struggles with executing those huge atmospheres. “The Sun, The Moon, The Truth” is the record’s highlight and points to their evolution, it’s just unfortunate the record doesn’t push the envelope further in this direction to create a truly breathtaking experience.

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