Lost Between Brilliance and Insanity

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My Heart To Fear

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My Heart to Fear have put together a solid EP. The album has highlights and lowlights, but for an EP it shows glimpses of things to come. With tracks like “Blood Money” and “Legends Never Die,” the band showcases choruses that will get the crowd going and have you singing along in your car. The down side to the album is that every song seems to start the same way, with a similar guitar riff, similar growls, and begins to start a cycle. The different breakdowns and choruses are the highlights of the album. MHTF experiments with their sound seeing what fits their style and it shows throughout the album.


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