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For The Love Of The Game

by Pillar

For The Love Of The Game by Pillar

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For The Love Of The Game

by Pillar

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Label: Essential Records
After upping the "core" in the metal of their last album, Pillar blend that new edge with their early fluidity to build a mature sound that knows when to mosh and when to dress up. The balance gets downright alternative on songs like "Smiling Down," one of many spots their spiritual base takes a front seat. That base is a strong part of the overall design, most notable on the title track's summary of why they rock and on "Turn It Up," a clever nod to the Christian rock scene with lyrics crafted from the album titles of Pillar cohorts.

About This Album

After upping the "core" in the metal of their last album, Pillar blend that new edge with their early fluidity to build a mature sound that knows when to mosh and when to dress up. The balance gets downright alternative on songs like "Smiling Down," one of many spots their spiritual base takes a front seat. That base is a strong part of the overall design, most notable on the title track's summary of why they rock and on "Turn It Up," a clever nod to the Christian rock scene with lyrics crafted from the album titles of Pillar cohorts.

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About This Album

After upping the "core" in the metal of their last album, Pillar blend that new edge with their early fluidity to build a mature sound that knows when to mosh and when to dress up. The balance gets downright alternative on songs like "Smiling Down," one of many spots their spiritual base takes a front seat. That base is a strong part of the overall design, most notable on the title track's summary of why they rock and on "Turn It Up," a clever nod to the Christian rock scene with lyrics crafted from the album titles of Pillar cohorts.