Design for Life | Convergence

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Convergence

by Design for Life

Genre: Rock: Industrial Rock
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1. Frozen Design for Life
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2. Blind Design For Life
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3. 9:05 A.M. Design For Life
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4. The Reef Design For Life
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5. Broken Design For Life
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6. Undertow Design For Life
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7. Code Design For Life
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8. Cutting the Wires Design For Life
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9. Tear Me Down Design For Life
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10. Out of Time Design For Life
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11. Bottom Design For Life
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12. Zero Crossing Design For Life
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13. Soft Lines Design For Life
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14. Unfinished Work Design For Life
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Karl Eisenhart

YES! More of that!
To me, the sign of a great album is that I don’t “get it” on my first listen. I like to have a reason to listen to it more than once. Convergence is one of those albums. Each time I listen to it I hear some new melodic twist or arrangement quirk that I missed the last time. The songs aren’t instantly memorable, which means they are not instantly disposable. There are plenty of "hooks" to draw you in, but there is also a depth to the songwriting that takes a while to absorb. If pressed for something to compare it to, I’d say it’s sort of Queensryche meets Radiohead, with the “metal” turned up just a bit…and that can’t be bad. The heavier tracks are balanced nearly perfectly by more laid back songs, which shows that this is a group that has varied interests and expansive writing and playing abilities. Great playing, great vocals, great songs. You can’t ask for more than that.