The band’s new album, Alone With The Alone, pushes the boundaries of the genre even further than their debut. The band is more focused than ever and the outcome is songs that are heavier and more melodic than their previous work. Time In Malta is ready to spread their sonic assault to anyone that will lend an ear. With the release of Alone With The Alone, the band has fully evolved their craft and the band’s fan base will take notice.
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Michael from Southington, CT
May 26 2006
3.5 because it is good, but not groundbreaking. They put tons of emotion in the music and that certainly pays off. If you're into the newer punk sound scream/sing/scream again then this band is worth checking out. It is what it is.
Doug from Allardt, TN
Apr 23 2005
This is a very good cd. If you are a fan of hardcore, or even post hardcore I think you would enjoy this cd.
Chris from Marlton, NJ
Jul 6 2004
I dont think the description above explains enough of this cd. To me, alone with the alone is just the same sound theyve always had with harder pounding drums and harder hitting vocals. the lead singers still goes for those long drawn out lyrics he so readily enjoys to unleash. Not nearly as good as a second engine, for second engine i think was way more melodic and had that "uplifting hope" sound too it. It seems all these hardcore bands just go for the harder hitting sound every next record. sometimes bands need to realize harder isnt always better.