They All Float is not entirely bad. Harsh ocals sound a little throaty, like a frog trying to do them but they aren’t bad at all. Music sounds like a cross between hardcore/metalcore with a touch of Killswitch Engage’s melodic sense of the genres and the elegance of what In This Moment tries to capture. They All Float’s debut EP is alright for a new band, there is definitely room for improvement, I think they’ll find their way soon. However for now they need to focus on their own sound because blending a few influences from 7 years ago is rather boring. Also, the clean vocals are just off key and the harmony of both clean vocalists do not sound right at all. Stick to the harsh vocals, find your own style and run with it. This isn’t working and after one listen to the EP I’ve had enough.
Better late than never, here is a different take on progressive metal.
Tommy Vext, I’ve known him as the Dino bashing vocalist for the band Divine Heresy. However, you may know him as the new vocalist for the band known as Vext (clever) and they have just finished up their new EP entitled Impermanence. The teaser for the album contains a melodic sound similar to Killswitch Engage. No release date yet but at least for now you can enjoy (or hate) the music in the teaser. What do you think? It honestly isn’t that bad at all.