Charlotte, North Carolina's To Speak Of Wolves make their Solid State debut with the full length album Myself < Letting Go. Years of touring the country and playing with acts like Underoath and Emery have helped this five-piece hone their craft into a 10-song metallic rock masterpiece. Includes "Trust but Verify," "Just One Last Time," "White Dress, Red Letter," and more.
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Review 1 for Myself > Letting Go CD
Date:September 20, 2010
It's surprising to see no reaction to this album as of yet, so I'll be there first. This is an amazing cd. I tested it first by listening to it a few times on myspace. I liked it enough to buy it, and it has only grown on me more an more with every listen. It's not your typical crunchy metalcore with heavy doublebass and muted guitars. Instead, it's more of a Rage Against the Machine style. Harmonies and melodies are good, but the textures and layers and variations on the different musical themes are very interesting to listen to, and keep each song fresh. Each song has enough repetition to be catchy, but enough variation that it takes a long time to get worn out. And best of all, they have a bold message that doesn't get watered down. This is one of the better heavy Christian albums to come out in recent days.