Arson Less Perfect than Death

Fairly well played hardcore/metal with enough different parts to keep it interesting. It is powerful enough, with a big production sound to boost the overall feel, but I'm still left with the overall feeling of wasted time when it's over, a handful of similar sounding but way better bands coming to mind instantly (the Dillinger Escape Plan have ruined many bands by being so damn good). It didn't make me run away screaming and kept my attention for the seven minutes that it exists, but a full-length would probably be a fairly negative listening experience. (Resurrection A.D.)