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The Correlation Between Entrance and Exit Wounds Review

SeeYouSpaceCowboy - The Correlation Between Entrance and Exit Wounds
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The Correlation Between Entrance and Exit Wounds

TypeAlbum (Studio full-length)
Released
GenresMathcore, Melodic Metalcore
LabelsPure Noise Records
Length28:31
Album rating :  80 / 100
Votes :  1  (1 review)
Reviewer :  level 4         Rating :  80 / 100
It’s hard to put a genre of SeeYouSpaceCowboy. It blends so many elements from other metal sub genres. The naming scheme of the songs and the art is completely unique from bands, especially in the 2010’s, much more reminiscent of early Metalcore days.
As for the music, it’s just as unique as everything else. The album has about one million switch ups. Every song is super short though, which makes it hard to like individual songs. A lot of songs blend into each other, but a lot of songs also sound similar. There are some neat little naming tricks inside the songs (“No Words, No Compensating Lies” having no lyrics, “The Phoenix Must Rest” being the final song), but where the album truly shines is the lyrics on the later songs. There’s some super heavy, thoughtful, and well written lines, especially in (in my opinion, the albums best song) Late December. The song dives into the suicide of Connie’s girlfriend, a tragic event that causes sorrow to be laced into the song. The vocals can be rough at times along with the mixing. The instrumental tracks are some of the best and highlight how well the guitars and drums are done. It’s an overall good album, nothing to write home about for sure.
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