Life Of Agony
In the years between River Runs Red and Broken Valley, Life of Agony seem to have done a lot of growing up. This is not always a good thing. This is a very listenable, catchy and credible rock album. But it's LOA with all the interesting, energetic and passionate bits ripped out. It's polished, it's slick and it's a little bit dull. If you're a newcomer to Life of Agony, enjoy. But if you're a longstanding fan, you might find this a bit disappointing.