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Worth Dying For - Love Riot
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Worth Dying For - Love Riot

5.00
Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Ep
Release date: 2011-02-22 Year: 2011
Label: Integrity Music
Genre: Christian Rock
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The christian modern rockers Worth Dying For released their debut in 2008 and now follow up with the 5 track "Love riot" EP featuring 3 new tracks and 2 remixes of songs previously released on their first album. This California based band has a sound not far from Fireflight and Flyleaf, the opener "Love riot" is more of a electro rock song with the typical vocoder effect on the vocals that you can hear on 75% on all electro releases today. It gets better on track 2 "Higher" which is a radio ready rocker, it truly gets stuck in the head right away. I really like what they´ve done about the remixes and the orchestral arrangements that bring thoughts to Skillet, "Consume me now" is awesome. The 3rd new song "Power of your love" is a solid ballad that could´ve been included on a christmas collection, there is such a winter vibe to this song. Anyway, good stuff!

Tracklisting 1. Destroy
2. Savior
3. Love Riot
4. Through Your Eyes (feat. Trevor McNevan)
5. You're Alive
6. Stir It Up
7. Higher
8. Glorify
9. Power Of Your Love
10. (Reprise)
11. Never Look Back
12. No Love Greater
13. Closer (feat. Henry Seeley)
14. Take Me Away
15. My Glorious


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