For a band that has been around as long as New Found Glory, it sure is amazing how they still are able to produce records that are so distinct from each other. "Makes Me Sick" just released and simply comparing it to the last full length record is a pretty good example for that. Packing a more pop intense sound this time, NFG is focusing on a hand full of psychological issues this time to a generally cheerful collection of catchy guitar riffs and motives. The difference between lyrcial and musical tone is too big, so it's safe to say it's a deliberate choice to illustrate a difference in how you feel versus how you act on the outside. The biggest constant in NFGs sound is (and always has been) the lead singers vocals. Chad Gilbert's voice is recognizable and so vastly different from other bands and singers out there,that you can always tell that it is NFG,regardless of the sound of the actual song. "The Sound of Two Voices" is a perfect example on this record. It's a regga/ska inspired song,yet you would immediately know that it is Chad singing this tune if you'd hear it somewhere else.
This band managed to put out another record that is quite enjoyable,while avoiding to blend their sound into an increasingly same sounding pile of music,like many bands tend to do with this many records under their belt.
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