Wasting no time keeping that envious momentum going, Pounder return with all guns blazing on 'Breaking the World'. Leaner, meaner, and all-too-accurately titled,'Breaking the World' sees the band - vocalist/guitarist Matt Harvey, bassist Alejandro Corredor, and lead guitarist Tom Draper - getting both heavier and more anthemic, more American in their metal but also more wide-ranging in their reach. Comprising seven songs in a satisfyingly compact 37 minutes,'Breaking the World' keeps the energy flowing freely across these more concertedly epic songs, but not once is there a feeling of bloat or padding out lengths just for the hell of it; these songs charge hard and are painted with solos of a godly nature and all sorts of tasteful twists.
Wasting no time keeping that envious momentum going, Pounder return with all guns blazing on 'Breaking the World'. Leaner, meaner, and all-too-accurately titled,'Breaking the World' sees the band - vocalist/guitarist Matt Harvey, bassist Alejandro Corredor, and lead guitarist Tom Draper - getting both heavier and more anthemic, more American in their metal but also more wide-ranging in their reach. Comprising seven songs in a satisfyingly compact 37 minutes,'Breaking the World' keeps the energy flowing freely across these more concertedly epic songs, but not once is there a feeling of bloat or padding out lengths just for the hell of it; these songs charge hard and are painted with solos of a godly nature and all sorts of tasteful twists.
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Breaking The World
Artist: Pounder
Format: CD
New: Available 14.98
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DISC: 1

1. Spoils of War
2. Breaking the World
3. Hard Road to Home
4. Never Forever
5. Hard City
6. Give Me Rock
7. Deadly Eyes

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Wasting no time keeping that envious momentum going, Pounder return with all guns blazing on 'Breaking the World'. Leaner, meaner, and all-too-accurately titled,'Breaking the World' sees the band - vocalist/guitarist Matt Harvey, bassist Alejandro Corredor, and lead guitarist Tom Draper - getting both heavier and more anthemic, more American in their metal but also more wide-ranging in their reach. Comprising seven songs in a satisfyingly compact 37 minutes,'Breaking the World' keeps the energy flowing freely across these more concertedly epic songs, but not once is there a feeling of bloat or padding out lengths just for the hell of it; these songs charge hard and are painted with solos of a godly nature and all sorts of tasteful twists.