Album Premiere: Betrayal – Disorder Remains

I love it when a band is flexible. Most of my favorite albums are the ones that kept me guessing the first time through, where each song feels like a distinct entity from the last. An album where a band explores their sonic identity and pushes their sound to new places is almost always more compelling than one that plays by the book; even when something doesn’t quite work, it’s at least interesting to hear. And when it does all work, when all the pieces of the rules the band breaks fall into place, you’ve got yourself something that can … Continue reading Album Premiere: Betrayal – Disorder Remains