The Land, The Ocean, The Distance
Heights are pretty young.
They look quite young. They have a member called Tom Green as well. This has gained them a further mark on this review. That’s as good as they do though.
It kicks of pretty nicely with this huge, minor key riff. Nice lead over the top. The vocals come in on a disgustingly, down tuned riff. So far so good. Once you have heard that pattern the third time round it sort of sucks the enjoyment out of it. They chuck in some quieter parts here and there and the vocalist has a pretty good scream on him but that derivative and repetitive structure holds it all back. The melodic singing breaks it slightly but sounds forced more often than not.
Kids don’t get dynamics nowadays.