The Last Ten Seconds of Life “S/T”

One of the hardest working road batch of road dogs deliver another installment in their “hang in there at all costs” legacy. Some wild vocal arrangements a bit deeper into the record (ie; “Birth of the Butcher,” “Vampire,” “Glory…” etc.) add a variety to the record we haven’t heard on the band’s prior releases and makes this a bit more than a baseline heavy record. It’s clear they want to elevate themselves from what they’ve done in the past. There’s no denying that TLTSOL are going to get the attention they expect, but whether it’ll take the span of an entire human lifetime is still to be determined.

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