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Culprit is brilliant

They remind me a little bit of a band that's an old favourite of mine, The Spill Canvas, but they definitely have their own twist.  The singer's voice is really unique and the instruments, in every song, are refreshing and punchy.

"Siren" is a great song.  It's powerful and has a driving beat, but at the same time it has a really hard beat to it.  The singer's voice could fit anything from hardcore to really pop music, and this song is a happy medium. His range is impressive, too.  It's a unique tune, and it's been on repeat.  There's something so unique about it that I can't seem to put my finger on.

I adore their song "Strangers".  It almost reminds me of old Armor For Sleep, one of my first favourite bands.  It's such a powerful song that I can't get enough of.  Everything about it is so perfect and intense.  All the instruments are beautifully interwoven into a song that's so well composed it's astonishing.

"Decimals & Fractions" is gorgeous.  His voice is so great.  His range still stuns me, and I was surprised each time he hit a high note, seemingly without effort.  His falsetto is what really makes this song stand out.  It doesn't sound at all like he's struggling, or it's unnatural.  I love it.

"Redeemer" has really grown on me.  The first few times I heard it, I didn't really like it that much.  However, I've come to be really intrigued by it.  There's little instrumental bits that add to the tune, that I hadn't known of before.  I listened closely to find that it's beautifully written, every part of it interlocks, making the song really solid.

The last tune, "Curves" is a perfect closing track.  It's powerful and driving.  The lyrics are thought-provoking, the beat and melody go hand in hand to create, simply, a ballad.  It's a true anthem, and I can't stop listening to it.  It's my new favourite song of theirs.

Culprit is an absolutely genius band.

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