Abrams at DC9 Nightclub supported by DC’s Jacuzzi Suit
This Denver, Colorado trio shows no signs of a sophomore slump on Morning, which takes a slightly different approach than their debut Lust. Love. Loss. from two years back. While that first album was informed by more of a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants punk sensibility, this one takes a more thorough, thought out approach. In fact, that was their intention all along, according to interviews leading up to its releases. They wanted to analyze every riff and chorus. This album is a bit different than its predecessor, though it still contains all the power of their previous efforts. They’ve honed it to sharper edge. And a catchier one, too…
… Abrams shows a lot of growth on this album, as Morning is sludgy and heavy, but also melodic and catchy. This makes for a winning combination. If you want a dose of some exhilarating modern metal, then you should definitely check it out. You don’t want to miss out on this album.