Still Searching

Senses Fail - Still Searching
Critic Score
Based on 4 reviews
User Score
Based on 24 ratings
October 10, 2006 / Release Date
LP / Format
Vagrant / Label
Post-Hardcore / Genres
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I mean it's good, but if you're expecting anything more than mid-2000s emo pop than prepare to be disappointed. It's certainly better than something like Selfish Machines or Dear Diary, My Teen Angst has a Body Count where the singer whines at the top of their lungs nonstop for the whole album. However, Senses fail don't really bring anything interesting that hadn't already been done before. There are a few standout songs on here, like The Rapture and Can't be Saved; but there are still plenty ... read more
I honestly prefer this to their previous effort, every song manages to click a lot easier and overall is just a big improvement on their last album
A pretty worthy successor to Senses Fail's debut record, Let It Enfold You. Yet another great album of the 21st century wave of screamo.
Pop-hardcore was a cliche genre. In their follow-up to the classic, Let it Enfold You, Senses fail manage to only throw a couple radio singles our way, "Calling All Cars", "Can't Be Saved", and "Priest & Matador", the rest is barely worthwhile.
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Added on: January 24, 2014