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Wage of Sin | A Mistaken Belief in Forever | review | metal | Lollipop

The Wage of Sin

A Mistaken Belief in Forever (Immigrant Sun)
by Adrian Bromley

The sophomore outing by all-girl hardcore act The Wage of Sin is much better than their debut, The Product of Deceit and Loneliness. While still hardcore rooted, there's a much more pummeling, anthemic flow this time around, most notably on opener "Severed" and "Defeating the Purpose." The band also offers up a cover of Journey's classic "Separate Ways" with a nice meshing of clean and hardcore vocals. Interesting, to say the least. Good to see the gals stepping things up a notch with the new disc, showing all that they're here to stay. I knew they had it in them!

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