While pop-minded metalcore crew Falling in Reverse will deliver their new Just Like You February 24 through Epitaph, the Las Vegas act are trying to relate to us a little early by letting loose a full-album stream a week ahead of time.
Included are previously teased songs like the soul-searching "God, If You Are Above..." and the tough as nails mosh stomp "Guillotine IV." "Die for You" likewise balances thrash beats, six-string dive bombs, and guttural screams with sugary pop hooks, while "Brother" is a plaintive piano ballad.
Elsewhere, the crew cope with drug dependency on "Chemical Prisoner," while vocalist Ronnie Radke delivers sext-style lyrics like "OMG, you make me come" on the glammy "Sexy Drug." The latter includes a triplet-paced verse from the singer that could arguably could have been influenced by Atlanta trap trio Migos, though Falling in Reverse have seemingly toned down the hip-hop and EDM experiments of previous platter Fashionably Late.
You can sample even more of the set, and a slideshow of slick promo shots buried in pretty well all of the YouTube clips, down below.