For All Eternity “The Will To Rebuild”

The band births another record into the world, this time cementing their Nu-Metal appeal alongside a modern metalcore sound, littered with pop synths and harmonic auto tuned melodies. It’s beautiful in the end and culminates a ton of great elements from some of the scene’s best moments, whether it’s the random chugs after big choruses that bring The Amity Affliction and Northlane to mind or whether it’s just super bubbly vocals that open a bridge. However, For All Eternity still keeps it metal. It’s clear the band wants to cast a wide net to reach as many people as possible and perhaps stand aside Bring Me The Horizon, but it’s clear they aren’t willing to put their brutal side away to do that. So who cares if they’re a Christian band? 

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