Amo sees BMTH making their most genre bending and experimental record yet. The production is generally fine, and they therefore succeed in combining rock, metal, EDM, and pop. However, Amo is very poorly written. It's filled to the brim with cliches and cringe worthy moments. Furthermore, the missteps on Amo are disgustingly awful, which hinders an otherwise promising sound. While there is quality to be found, Amo will be looked back on as a missed opportunity for greatness.
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