If you listen to “Fractures”, you’ll hear a band that is once more outdoing itself. Killing The Dream’s previous album “In Place Apart” was already amazing but with “Fractures” they’ve definitely earned a spot on the list of hardcore’s finest bands around. Vocalist Eli sounds as blistering as ever while screaming “It´s not depression for depression´s sake, or desperation for a song. This is every day. This is all I know“ in the opening song and he brings at as sincere as anything else you’ve ever heard. In the meantime the rest of the band is busy laying down some melodic yet incredibly aggressive hardcore tunes with plenty of breakdowns and singalongs. It’s that combination that makes this album lethal. If you are into acts such as Bane or Comeback Kid, look no further and pick up “Fractures” because they are without a doubt one of the most intense and energetic hardcore bands around at the moment.