Here we are on our appointment of the week with a review.
Today, after “Giovane Rondo”, the alphabetical order offers us “Got Your Six”, by Five Finger Death Punch.
So, after a long time, we return to metal music.
Let’s leave rap for the moment, then.
So, “Got Your Six” – I say it right away – is the album that I liked least of the band. (My favorite was also the first one I heard, “Wrong Side of Heaven”).
I tell you mine: many tracks on this album did not particularly impress me: neither from the point of view of the music, nor of the lyrics.
I don’t know, it’s that music that I would listen to playing sports, with a lot of passivity, but not with the necessary passion that usually involves me.
For me, the most noteworthy are: “Question Everything” and “I Apologize”.
The others seem “thrown there”.
So why did these two have a good effect on me? Because they were the only ones that made me feel “like them”.
“He lives in darkness
There is no progress
He knows the demons
That lie within him
He has no vision
He has no sight
He hates perfection
It wasn’t right “
And then I liked “I Apologize”, partly also for the story behind it … With him deciding to stop drinking, and to work hard to improve, even with music.
A kind of redemption song: the video was nice too.
For the rest, however … I bud it. A rather boring album, which doesn’t add much to the band’s history.
In fact, for me many are repetitive and even banal night.
In short, I give it a 6, It did got it, in the end)
only for the two songs mentioned above.
There is definitely better than FFDP.
See you all next time!