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While it creates an interesting mood, at times it feels forced. The lyrics are often-scatter brained and infested with pretentious metaphors, which occasionally work, but they can feel as if they were written by a high fifteen year old; seeking massive answers far beyond his short grasp. But moving on from the broad spectrum of theme, individual members and components of the bands sound are stronger than ever.
Rhythm guitars stick to the djenty tones and grooves branded in their last work, but sporadic behavior and rhythmic unpredictability preserve their shelf life and prevent them from growing stale through the album. The soaring high notes executed by the lead guitar are stronger than ever, and serve as the face of the aforementioned theme.
Drums serve the rest of the audible arsenal incredibly well; they spice up occasionally run of the mill breakdowns with great style, and are very solid throughout all ten songs.
His lows pack a punch and his unique highs are as prevalent as ever. But unlike other recent releases in the genre e. The song flows well as it inches into a gorgeous climax of sound and a subsequent breakdown into crushing, organized chaos. Worldeater Quantum Flux Dream Awake The Calling Masquerade Singularity Aspires Genesis Instrumental Version Scarab Instrumental Version The viral campaign created such hype for the project that fans were cracking the code of track listings hidden in a series of invisible cubes placed around the singularity The album has received positive reviews from critics.
Hannah Gillicker from Already Heard gave the album 4 out of 5, saying: "Northlane have confirmed at least one thing with Singularity and that's that they know how to craft a bloody good record. Totalling at 10 tracks, there's little to criticise here and the band are definitely playing their cards right. The charm here is that Northlane promote positivity and ambition.
They are doing something they love and the results match. This is an inspiring record in so many ways. Musically evolved and emotionally diverse.Mar 22, · Singularity is the ninth and penultimate song from Northlane’s second full-length album Singularity, released on 22nd March