September 11 2012
The Trail of Tears
3. All Birds
4. This Isn’t Why You Made Her
8. I’m Scared Aloud
11. It Kills Me
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Let me just get this out of the way from the start. The Stomach for It is one of the most laughable albums I have ever heard in my life. It sounds like the worst parts from every genre of music thrown into a blender, layered with pitiful, weak screams and insecure, auto-tuned singing. To top it all off, the production is downright embarrassing, to the point where you can barely hear any of the music because it’s drowned out by the outrageously loud vocals. If Victory Records doesn’t care enough about this band to pay for a decent recording, why should we care enough to listen to them?
The absolute wretchedness of this album isn’t even worth getting fired up about, though, and resorting to poking fun at The Bunny The Bear is just too easy. I’m sure they’ve heard all the trash talk before, and they probably don’t care what anyone thinks so what’s the point? After an initial excruciating spin through the album, and forced subsequent listens thereafter, I can’t even muster the motivation to explain in detail why The Stomach for It is so bad. The best way to describe how I feel about it, however, is to have you think back to a time when you were younger and you misbehaved so badly that your parents didn’t even scold you; they were so taken aback by your actions that they had no words. In relation to this situation, The Bunny The Bear is my ill-behaved child and I’m not even mad, I’m just severely disappointed with what they have done here and its reflection on the current state of the heavy music scene.
I realize that album reviews are supposed to be as objective as possible, but I’m sorry, any logical person cannot possibly expect a serious review for The Stomach for It. The Bunny The Bear clearly have no respect for their audience or music in general so they don’t deserve to be objectively critiqued.