- Summary: The third album for the rock band from England was produced by Garth "GGGarth" Richardson.
- Record Label: Virgin
- Genre(s): Alternative/Indie Rock, Heavy Metal, International, Punk Metal, Screamo, Western European Traditions, British
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Nov 9, 2011There's no shame in appealing to a more commercial crowd, and if You Me at Six could have continued to pursue the album's more mature mainstream moments instead of trying to prove their rawk credentials, Sinners Never Sleep would probably have turned out to be a more consistent affair.
Jan 30, 2012Replacing buoyant guitars and boy-girl dilemmas with dark themes of religion, parenthood and death, this [album] is a bridge to grittier material, albeit that with a glittering pop-rock handrail. [Nov 2011, p. 143]
May 10, 2012You Me At Six (for those of you that don't know) comprises of Josh Franceschi (vocals), Max Helyer (rhythm guitar, vocals), Christopher Miller (lead guitar), Matt Barnes (bass) and Daniel Flint (drums, percussion), and are a British rock band who formed back in 2004.
Sinners Never Sleep (the band's third studio album) was released on October 3rd 2011, and reached number 3 in the Official UK Album Charts, which is much higher than their previous releases â… Expand
May 10, 2013Its a good album. The songs are generally well constructed, although the whole ''heaviness'' of the band that they try to convey on the record is achieved after the first two songs (Oli Sykes has a wasted cameo on track 3, we already get the picture) and the prison theme is a bit tiring after a while (unnecessary boring concept/theme/idea). However as a collection of songs they are mostly impressive, though some retain the pop-punk influence of their previous releases. I personally like this album, it did however take several listens before I paid any attention though.… Expand
Aug 24, 2013A more mature and well rounded effort in comparison to their other albums, unfortunately this album lacked character and true power in the songs. Singles can be easily distinguished as the album does lack depth throughout all the songs. Nice to see them avoid punk power chords like in Take off Your Colours but still wanted more!
1. No One Does it Better
3. Bite My Tongue… Expand
Jan 25, 2012Totally devoid of any creative thought, this album is factory made for your local 'alternative/modern-rock' radio station. Bands like this are so formulaic I have to wonder if there is an algorithm somewhere that produces these songs. If so, Anonymous, would you mind destroying the computers responsible for this offense to rock?… Expand
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