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Breaking Point - Beautiful Disorder Review
by Dan Cappello

Hard rock is back! Yes, there has definitely been a resurgence of hard rock in the recent years. Bands like Trapt, Three Days Grace, and Submersed have really helped bring back rock music to its true form. Now with Breaking Point's new album Beautiful Disorder this new resurgence of hard rock is continuing. They have a gripping hard sound with loud and fast music combined with crisp clear vocals. This is an album filled with diversity and great hard rock.

The bands single "Show Me A Sign" is a killer song filled with solid hard edged rock. It has an exceptional chorus that just gets into your head and really gets your adrenaline pumping. This song is a great example of how the rest of the album is. The album is filled with pounding hard rock music that anyone can get into. The band steps away from screaming, and growling which have been the big style in hard rock music in the recent years. Brett Erickson's vocals are loud, clear and filled with intensity. The album has more than just straight hard rock from track one to eleven. It has something for all rock connoisseurs because even real hard rock fans need one or two slow rock songs on an album to mellow out to.

If you love hard rock but also love artists that can play more than just loud, intense, and fast music than you should really like this album. They add songs like "All Messed Up" and "Goodbye To You" which are much slower and less intense. These songs show the emotional sides of the band, but doesn't take away from who they are. These are not sappy pop songs, but good emotional ballads. Songs that many people can relate to. Though they aren't so intense the band does not stay away from there hard rock form and really provide the songs with great guitar sounds and even some orchestra instrumentals which really work well with the bands hard rock style. This adds to the albums diversity which makes it one hell of a great hard rock album.

Breaking Point is one of the many bands out there right now playing this new generation hard rock sound. If you are a fan of bands like, Trapt and Submersed than you will surely like the Breaking Points new album. If you have never heard of them before than get to know who these guys are because they can really rock.

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Breaking Point - Beautiful Disorder


Track Listing:
1. Show Me A Sign
2. Don't Let Go
3. All Messed Up
4. Promise Keeper
5. Goodbye To You
6. How Does It Feel
7. Had Enough Of You
8. Never Walk Away
9. Nothing Left At All
10. Reality Show
11. Killing With Kindness

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