Back with their fifth studio album The Color Morale have come a long way since they first formed in 2007.
Previous release ‘Hold On Pain Ends’ saw the five-piece sway away from their fiery metalcore sound and enter alt.rock territory. ‘Desolate Divine’ builds on that and delves into those influences even further.
‘Broken Vessel’ sets the lyrical theme with lashings of vulnerability and self-realisation, while ‘Perfect Strangers’ and ‘Trail Of Blood’ feature massive poppy choruses that’ll be stuck in your head for days. Sure, it’s a step away from their roots, but one that’s welcomed nonetheless.