Lost in the Sound of Separation
Released: September 2, 2008
Record Label: Tooth & Nail Records
I’m hard pressed to write anything significantly positive or negative about the latest album, Lost in the Sound of Separation, from metalcore act Underoath. This album is what it is. It’s a polished and solidly written album, and it is one of their heaviest to date.
It holds up against the works of their contemporaries like Haste the Day and As I Lay Dying. The songs are well written and the album is well produced. These guys are at the top of their game, and have proven over the years that they can continue to deliver good material.
While I think this is a very good album, and worthwhile to listen to, I kept trying to listen for the special spark that would separate this album from the pack. It failed to ignite. Still, it’s a solid album, and Underoath fans will love it.
- Breathing In A New Mentality
- Anyone Can Dig A Hole But It Takes A Real Man To Call It Home
- A Fault Line. A Fault Of Mine
- Emergency Broadcast: The End Is Near
- The Only Survivor Was Miraculously Unharmed
- We Are The Involuntary
- The Created Void
- Coming Down Is Calming Down
- Desperate Times, Desperate Measures
- Too Bright To See, Too Loud To Hear
- Desolate Earth: The End Is Here