Every Sick, Disgusting Thought We’ve Got In Our Brain is easily one of the more unique and creative discs I have had the pleasure of reviewing so far this year. I say “different” because while it does contain many standard post-hardcore/metalcore elements, it also incorporates many other non-traditional elements such as trombones, pianos, and various other horns. The result of this odd pairing is a very dramatic, theatrical kind of vibe that conjured up conflicting images of a heavy metal Broadway musical.

I absolutely dig and applaud the band’s creativity and willingness to step outside of the confines of a genre, but it is a bit of a catch 22 – I think the experimentation also makes the songs a bit more difficult to digest (at least for the average listener). With that being said though, for me, while the songs and album are pretty good, I cannot see myself listening to them on a regular basis. I’m sure I’ll revisit this disc on occasion, but I don’t see this making it into my regular rotation.

Track Listing:

01. To Late To Dream
02. The Day I Set Them Free
03. We Used To Worship The Moon
04. My Pride Alone Won’t Put This Fire Out
05. (II) The Dirt Won’t Keep Your Secrets
06. Only In The Morning
07. Bleeding A Stone
08. The Sky Came Down
09. (III)Go On, Paint Me A Picture
10. (IV) The Saints Of Gomorrah
11. (V) You Never Looked Like This
12. Puking Platitudes
13. (VI) I Could End My Search Tonight

Total Time 48:02
Release Date: March 1, 2013

Check out the song “My Pride Alone Won’t Put This Fire Out”