Miss May I – At HeartCultureMusicAlbum reviews
It’s a pretty abrasive experience and there’s no denying that the players are among the finest of their genre. The guitar work in particular is technically superb, and the precision at which the band executes their most brutal and high-velocity tracks is nothing short of staggering. The vocals too are solid, and the two singers play their parts well; the screamed vocals are delivered with ear-bursting malevolence and the clean vocals are suitably anthemic. The album features less breaks than might be expected, but the album feels as though it would translate into a volatile and incendiary live set. Angry, catchy and powerful, it’s no surprise this band has won a legion of fans.