bleeding riffs, quiet male vocals and mixed in with it all is that wondrously
sick Swedish propensity to drench it with a chorus that sticks in your
head. Lake of Tears has been around for ten years now and on this, their
fifth album, they have apparently decided to really go as they say, power
pop. This is not a metal album, this is not a goth album, what we have
here is catchy and infectious as all get out.