Crime in Stereo Selective Wreckage

Alright, so it’s a b-sides record. The band claimed it would sound like a full-length but it doesn’t. It sounds like a really good b-sides record. Comprised mainly of outtakes from the band’s celebrated The Troubles Stateside and Is Dead full-lengths, these ten tracks are mostly good, occasionally great, and periodically useless, like filler intro "(Panned Auras)” and the should-have-stayed-an-outtake "These People Ought To Know Who We Are And That We Are Here.” Standouts like "Everywhere And All The Time” and "Love” could have easily found their way onto proper full-lengths though, making Selective Wreckage a worthwhile purchase for any avid fan of the band’s progressive take on melodic hardcore. (Bridge Nine)