A Killer’s Confession: ‘The Indifference Of Good Men’ Album Review

­Cleveland natives, A Killer’s Confession, are set to release their sophomore rock/metal album, The Indifference Of Good Men, on October 18th, 2019. Produced by Sahaj Ticotin (Starset, Sevendust) in Los Angeles, CA, this album is being described as ‘equal parts beauty and tragedy and takes the listener on a journey to the edge of insanity and back’.  A CD release show is scheduled in Cleveland on October 26th.

The Indifference Of Good Men packs a punch with the twelve track list.  Each song invokes a feeling of high intensity, leaving little room for a listener to lose interest.  ‘Numb’ is arguably the best track, balancing melodic riffs and lyrics with more heavy hitting moments.  They also chose to have a bonus 13th track- ‘Numb Raw Demo’ which strips down the original creating an incredibly somber feeling.

‘Angel On The Outside’ takes on more of a ballad sound, yet still incorporates guitar and percussion to fill out the passion behind the chorus.  This track would be in my personal top three for the entire album.  Vocalist Waylon Reavis captured the feeling of being lost but still needing to push through in these lyrics, which many can relate to.

‘The Shore’ has a melancholic sound that continues throughout the verses and builds up to a revved-up chorus.  It creates a dynamic that keeps the song balanced and interesting to listen to. It showcases the bands ability to mesh together both somber instrumentals with intense lyrics.

Despite my personal preference of some variance throughout tracks on albums, The Indifference Of Good Men is a solid album. Each track has a consistent sound, and   fans will be able to rock out to these new songs. Pre-orders of The Indifference Of Good Men are available here.

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