The album beings abruptly, almost as if the listener has been thrown in mid-way through the song, which is perhaps not the best way to kick things off, but you can certainly say that it gets off to a running start if nothing else.
There’s an underlying sense of urgency throughout the EP, which really helps to keep it all moving and works in the band’s favour. Second track Dead Eyes Staring Back is an especially good example of this, having a good ‘punchy’ introduction and even in the slower sections of the track there is a good amount of momentum.
Although the tracks all tend to follow the same format, it’s a good format and Black Drop Effect have done well with this release. Sure, there are a few things that need fine tuning – the release could have possibly benefited from a short introduction – but for what it is, it’s pretty good.
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