Miss May I
Reviewed by: Ryan Sullivan
Eccelctic rhythms, powerful vocals, and surgical drums with the palm-mutes to match. Miss May I pound out the work to make an album that is euqal parts energetic, ecclectic and heavy with their release of At Heart. The vocals throughout the album range from impressively gutteral to beautifully melodic with plenty of single-finger-picking to compliment their otherwise massive rhytmic attack. They also make sure to sprinkle in some crushingly heavy breakdowns reminiscent of The Acacia Strain and Whitechapel (the latter of which they are currently touring with). Miss May I definitely bring the thunder when they want to. Circle-pit approved.