The album opens up very hard, and Galdamez's vocals are deep and hard. The first track is "Imigrante" which is about the strugle of immigrants in todays America, and how they are under appreciated and looked down upon because of the stereotypes brought about by "the scum who give immigrants a bad name". The next track, "All Of The Above" is a look at how pointless racism is and the ideal of thinking someone holds all the answers because they are a certain color. As the song states, "Different peoples...all grappling with the same questions.....If no culture holds all the truth....then what is all the fighting about???" Will To Live's songs are all strong and confront some problem with the world that needs to be fixed. "Your Approach" is explained by the title, it's not your intensions, it's how you approach your problems and make due. The final track is "Chiseled In Sand". This song comes at a good time, as the album ends, Will To Live brings up the fact that everyone must end. This is a great view that more people need. Rather than spending a lifetime fearing death, live your life to the fullest and enjoy being alive. Because after all, everything has to come to an end.
This is one of the better Demos I've received, that is why it made it into a review. The music was hard, fast, and dead on, the vocals were deep, hard, and demanded attention. Will To Live has made a great recording with everything you'd expect from a hardcore band, hard music and a message. You must never lose sight of the message.
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