Call it what you will, but if you're a hardcore music fan we just call it 'MUSIC'. Scars Of Tomorrow are one of those bands that have the potential to stay around as long as they want. Touring with bands like Unearth, Norma Jean, and Hatebreed Scars Of Tomorrow are here to stay. This album starts off with slow drones of beats and whispering voice then before you know it lead singer Mike Milford lets out an emotional scream that is the base of the rest of the songs on this album. I honestly feel there was something missing, forgive me if I am out of place but isn't talking while some one is singing rude? To hear a great vocal stream then hear it repeated in a talking tone takes away from the rhythm of the song. I could understand if it fit into the song but it puts the flow at a stand still. Scars for tomorrow have a lot of potential and I do not feel it shows through completely here.
Although this album is definitely something I couldn't see storing away in a shoebox I don't feel the passion from it. There are some really good songs on this album though. Track eight 'Design Your Fate' has everything this band has to offer. Fast paced, perfect riffs that match the vocals all the way through. This is an album for the hearts of all hardcore fans, you should pick this up and write your own thoughts about it.