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on July 23, 2013
It's definitively worth it for the price of three full length albums. Each Haste the Day LP is simply amazing. The first album, Burning Bridges is fast paste, containing heavy breakdowns and gnarly screams. When Everything Falls is a slight improvement in their sound as the choruses become to be much more catchy. Pressure the Hinges takes on a different sound. Stephen Keech replaces former vocalist, Jimmy Ryan, introducing heavy growls and high ranged singing. The CD case itself is simple and straight forward. It's a slim paperback cover with three sleeves containing each album. However, it does not provide a booklet with lyrics like most albums have. All that is important is owning three excellent records.