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"Numbers, to me, are unequivocal proof that metalcore bands can insert electronic influences into their music and not suck. In fact, Numbers are quite good at what they do, taking a slight progressive stance with influences from the likes of Protest the Hero and Periphery, while throwing in the odd jazz fusion section."
“The intro fades, leading into “Ice On Fire”, where you first hear the screams from vocalist Kyle Bishop. His screams lead into the chorus, and you now hear his incredibly unique clean vocals. After one line of the singing, I was hooked.”
“Na zachętę daję płycie 8/10 i czekam co będzie dalej z tymże zespołem, mam nadzieję że jeszcze mnie czymś zaskoczą.”
"Numbers comes highly recommended. Even if a band merely dabbles in a foreign genre, it can easily take a turn for the worse. Especially when you are playing in “Warped Tour” territory. Numbers however, casts aside all notions that metalcore has become superficial and contrived by putting out one of the more substantial releases this year."