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Loser
Run, my dear, as fast as you can You killed me here, the blood's on your hands Oh, I don't really think that you will ever understand The person that... See the rest of the song lyrics
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 6
  2. Negative: 2 out of 6
  1. Alternative Press
    Apr 10, 2017
    80
    The album maintains a brilliant balance between uplifting and confessional, playful and serious. It's the most real, honest and self-aware record FIR have released to date. [May 2017, p.80]
  2. Apr 10, 2017
    80
    Tthis is a surprisingly listenable and emotive album, layering a wall of guitars, pounding drums, atmospheric textures, and a decent mix of bloody screaming and gang choruses.
  3. Apr 10, 2017
    60
    This is so inoffensive, it’ll be hard for anyone to hate--or love.
  4. Kerrang!
    Apr 12, 2017
    60
    It's an amalgamation of what they've done before but without the rapping, or hardcore, and with the pop dial turned to 11. [15 Apr 2017, p.51]
  5. 30
    All the emo-rooted, posthardcore stylistic hallmarks are present and correct, embellished with a load of electronic arsing about on top, but the almost constant use of the same soaring ‘wo-ah’ pop hooks will soon have you wanting to hack your ears off with a pair of blunt scissors.
  6. 30
    Coming Home scrubs away the band's aggression and tries to get more emotional, but all it does is end up sounding like that perv you'd never leave a drunk friend around.
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 3
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  1. May 2, 2017
    10
    I like it. Pretty different from their last album, but still very hard hitting and overall a great album, with some of my favorites beingI like it. Pretty different from their last album, but still very hard hitting and overall a great album, with some of my favorites being "Loser", "F*ck You and All Your Friends", and "I Hate Everyone". Expand
  2. Dec 10, 2018
    10
    this is such a great album and its super relatable. Falling in reverse will continue and always will stay to be an amazing band. They arethis is such a great album and its super relatable. Falling in reverse will continue and always will stay to be an amazing band. They are great performing live and they put on a good show. Compared to etf this band is down to earth and cares about the fans. They always go all out when performing which makes them great. Expand
  3. Sep 8, 2017
    9
    Falling In Reverse's fourth album proves that they are still a relevant band in an otherwise dying scene. In fact it showcases Ronnie Radke'sFalling In Reverse's fourth album proves that they are still a relevant band in an otherwise dying scene. In fact it showcases Ronnie Radke's songwriting abilities to an extent not present on any of the previous records. For the first time, Falling In Reverse seem to mean what they say, they no longer hide behind goofy lyrics and empty phrases aimed at angsty teenagers. Of course Radke is no Shakespeare, but this time he puts a lot of effort into his lyrics, giving them a rather vulnerable touch. This is not an angry record, neither a happy nor a praticularly sad one, it is somewhere in between, it embodies the acknowledgment that all these aforementioned feelings exist within the context of a human being and are therefore an integral part of the journey. However some things never seem to change, the obligatory "fake friend song" is present **** You And All Your Freinds", obviously aimed at Max Green), Radke's ongoing conflict with his mother who left him as a child is addressed as well ("I Don't Mind"). In the end, Ronnie Radke is still very much the same haunted man from the band's three previous records, only this time he accepts his lot and tries to move on. Essential Songs: Broken, Hanging On, I Don't Mind & The Departure Expand