while a bit simplistic at times, is effective at being catchy and contains some nice lead work and brief yet good soloing. The songs feel like Crisis and In This Moment had a bastard child and it's Arsenic Addiction. Vocals are a standout sung with conviction and range, death snarls and growls from a woman vocalist that don't wind up sounding like a dude growling. The most important thing about the songs on the EP is they're all backed with real emotion because in the end, who really wants to listen to a band pretend to be angry and sorrowful when you can get the real deal.

–Bryer Wharton

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