Sent By Ravens "Mean What You Say" by Grant Yoder (cmaddict.com) on 2012-02-15 09:59:06
Sent by Ravens sophomore LP "Mean What You Say" is implicitly potent.
Each song is written with conviction and requires conviction in listening. They have pulled no punches in tracks titled "Listen", "Learn from the Night", and the title track "Mean What You Say". Sent by Ravens challenges listeners. In a world led by irresponsible and immediate words sent through everything from social media to picket lines and bullhorns be responsible, compassionate, and deliberate in your words…in your message.
Sent has put a record down that will rival all subsequent efforts by any other rock groups this year. They have written an album with passion derived from experiences and observations. Passionate enough to send shivers down the spine of this listener. Sent by Ravens has created dark driving melodies pressured by crushing guitar riffs and drums that have effortlessly combined themselves with uplifting and compassionate lyrics into an album that is addicting, inspiring, and affecting.
….allow yourself to be affected, download Sent by Ravens.
Rating: 5 out of 5
Genre: Rock / Alt
Label: Tooth & Nail Records
Release Date: February 28, 2012
Buy it: Amazon - iTunes
1. Prudence 2:23
2. Listen 3:05
3. Rebuild, Release 2:51
4. Learn from the Night 3:52
5. Mean What You Say 3:07
6. However Long It Takes 3:05
7. Need It Today 3:58
8. Never Be Enough 3:01
9. We're All Liars 3:04
10. Best in Me 4:19
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