18 Aug 2009
ReviewThree years on from the birth of their self-titled full-length debut, Mutemath's second album, "Armistice" had some heady heights to live up to upon its recent release. "Mutemath" was a modern classic of alternative rock, liberally sprinkled with inspirational melodies, effervescent experimentation, and, in "Typical" a song hooky enough to captain a pirate ship.
So, where from there? Well, it seems, in to a time of struggle and band tension, as an original batch of songs for a follow up record were scrapped, and producer Dennis Herring was brought in to oversee troubled sessions. So, should there be a fear...