And We Are Bled of Color (Maverick Records)
By: Mike SOS
Stutterfly suffers from an oversaturation of the genre in which they belong, otherwise, this 13-track disc would be burning up the charts. Sadly, we already have so many of these type of nu angry acts flooding the market (Trust Company, The Used, Story of the Year, etc.), so this Canadian quintet won't get as much credit as they deserve for their cascading melodies, or moody interludes like "Fire Whispers". With that being said, the high-pitched lead vocals do get irritating at times, yet a solid guitar attack and arena rock hooks galore do keep AND WE ARE BLED OF COLOR afloat long after the last chord of "Flames Adorn the Silence".
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