If I’m the Devil is one of those If-then statements. It’s essentially–at least to me–it’s this offering to those that are willing to listen. I went through a lot of figuring out who I am in the band. That came from trying to figure out who I was in the more macroscopic view and figuring out that at times throughout my life I may have been considered the antithesis of what I believed I was to be. One way of representing that would be the devil. And my question to myself would always be, If I’m this thing–if I’m evil–then what are all these other things that I’m fighting against? If I’m The.
is the fourth and final studio album by American post-hardcore band Letlive, to be released globally through Epitaph Records on June 10, 2016. Recorded throughout 2015, it is their first album since the departure of guitarist and percussionist Jean Nascimento, who had been a member of the band from 2007 to 2014.
All lyrics from If I'm The Devil. album, popular letlive. songs with tracklist and information about album. I've Learned To Love Myself Lyrics.
Дата релиза 10 Июнь 2016. Лейблы Epitaph Records (USA-1). Музыкальный стильScreamo. Владельцы этого альбома4. 1. I've Learned to Love Myself. 3. Good Morning, America.
The words billow from Copper Colored Quiet, the album’s closer, like clouds of smoke. If I’m the Devi. oves with malicious intent, using pulse-racing punk, alt-metal and atmospheric nooks to torch the justice system ( Good Mourning America ) and raise righteous hell ( Another Offensive Song ).
The album skips through genres and styles like an intoxicated DJ at a wedding, and it’s fantastic. Kicking things off at a steadier pace than we’re accustomed to for letlive. albums, I’ve Learned to Love Myself is a reflective, downbeat track that allows Jason Aalon’s Butler’s vocals, which are as strong as they’ve ever been, to shine. It isn’t too dissimilar to Fake History’s Le Prologue: a steady, rousing instrumental build with an excellent pay-off. However, as is the case for most of the album, Butler’s signature screams and shouts are muted; less aggressive, more articulate. Transitioning into penultimate song on the album, If I’m the Devil, letlive. begin to wrap up their work with a patient build and thumping bass. Again, they seem to be going for more of a mainstream appeal with the album (which is not a bad thing) as the chorus for Devil seems familiar, but still distinctive.
s Jason Aalon Butler is angry. In fact, he’s positively seething. That’s evident from listening to Good Mourning, America, the first track to be released from If I’m The Devi. the LA four-piece’s forthcoming record, and also when talking to him about it. It’s a song, like much of letlive. s material, that’s borne out of visceral anger and frustration at the state of the world. And that’s just scratching the surface, as to be expected from a band whose intellectual and cerebral vision is on a par with its primal, untamed energy
Moments like these have always been in the foreground for letlive. s recipe, but for If I’m The Devi. utler honed in on specifics. As if mapping out the most important moment of his life, the vocalist outlines the worst of himself into a delicate love song (rightfully about falling in love). Foreign Cab Rides is a serene glance at the intimidated yet defensive individual we heard on Virgin Dirt and Muther. The frontman is on his knees explaining everything in a delicate voice, That’s why I am all alone. Because I’m right above ‘don’t give a fuck’ and just below ‘I cannot live without.