Here I Come Falling Oh Grave Where Is Thy Victory

It comes as no surprise to find out that Here I Come Falling happen to be friends with label-mates the Devil Wears Prada. In fact, it would come as no surprise that the two bands switch members on a frequent basis and help write each other’s music. Another stone has been cast in the Christ-caring metalcore sermon and here is the red-letter product. This album’s musical construction is another dose of screaming/growling paired with clean vocals, transitions from electric drums to breakdowns, Moog keyboards and bipolar heavy-to-soft music. While this debut shows a lot of technical prowess from drummer Princeton Patterson on "The Beast From The East” and "The Birds In The Sky, The Fish In The Sea,” he isn’t the only one with talent in this band. Guitarists Kasey Schmidt and Parker Daniels prove they can shred throughout, adding some enjoyment to this familiar sounds. What really hurts Oh Grave Where Is Thy Victory is how much it sounds like DWP’s Plagues from start to finish, offering nothing outside of the box. Once again the battle of originality versus popularity has taken place and to the victor go the spoils. (Rise)