This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Community·Posted on Mar 25, 2018Blessthefall's New Album Is Victoriousblessthefall has released a new album and listening to it could give you successful results in all aspects of life.by Eryn GreenCommunity ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Hard Feelings is the new album by blessthefall and I feel inspired and awed. Since emerging on the scene in 2007, blessthefall has created music that commands your ears and tastefully infuses new sounds into metalcore. Recently, the band has successfully written new music that receives a nod from even the most unsatisfied metalcore purists. After a recent switch to Rise Records, blessthefall has returned with their sixth studio album, Hard Feelings--a beautiful album that celebrates victory and blends old blessthefall with new blessthefall.Let me start by saying, this album gave me chills. I haven't felt an album give me chills since Biffy Clyro's Ellipsis from 2016. The consistent theme in this album is winning by winning and the introduction, "Wishful Sinking", begins the calm before the storm. Then the thunder strikes with instrumentals that punch you in the face; Beau's beautiful vocals with harmonic, echoed whoas; and the brilliant use of the synthesizers that leave you stunned with each staccatoed note. Even the metaphors perfectly depict a feeling of known doom for challenging this band of brothers. You know you are going to lose.What's a good metalcore album without the angst, though? "Melodramatic" was the perfect track for this. It was a perfect blend of metalcore and rock with a breakdown that melted my eyes out of my sockets. The lyrics are so resemblant of turning negatives into positives: "I need the anger, I need the rageI need the worst things you can sayIf you wanted a war I guess you got what you came forGive me an answer, another wayI can bend and never breakIf I wanted your help I'd tell you to bite your tongueBut it's too late"These are my favorite lyrics from this album because it's the war cry for this entire album. The track on this album that made me scream like a little girl was "Sleepless in Phoenix." This will be the anthem of this entire album where everyone in the venues will be screaming, "you got me right where you haunt me." Beau's lyrics on this track are the purest form of ecstacy. Blending these lyrics with Matt's drum track will give you the butterflies in your heart. The closing track, "Welcome Home" explores the most basic human fears with the most majestic guitar solos. The echoed bridge vocals give the perfect goodbye anthem to the album. It gives this farewell depiction of throwing your arms over your friend's necks and singing "it's not living if I'm not living with you."Overall, this album is amazing and I am really excited to see what the guys will do next. Hard Feelings is the win blessthefall wanted to show to the world and they won the metalcore game for it.For more reviews, visit straightfromtheheadphonejack.com or my BuzzFeed page, buzzfeed.com/eryngreenstacks.