"The Splinter Shards The Birth of Separation" CD (Tooth and Nail)
I could be dismissive and simply chalk this up as another sXe Christian Slayer rip-off, but I'll try to treat it fairly. In fact, I'll even try to think of something nice to say about it. After all, positive thoughts are in such abundant supply, I feel it's only fair to treat this record with the same spirit. Suffice it to say the band members have strong beliefs and convictions expressed in their lyrics, virtually all of which deal with the importance of God in their lives or the decaying civilization they see around them. For whatever it may be worth, at least this band struggles to say something with their music, and whether I agree with it or not, I respect their effort.