Review: Throw the Fight – The Vault



Artist:  Throw the Fight
Album:  The Vault
Rating:  4/5


Track list:

1. Years Past
2. I Know
3. Breaking the Cycle
4. My Life In Your Hands


Throw the Fight from Minneapolis, MN are a band who have made their name known from the beginning. From their debut album, “In Pursuit of Tomorrow” which was released in 2008 via Cordless Records and their debut Bullet Tooth records release, “What Doesn’t Kill Us” which was released less than 6 months ago, this band is out to prove they have what it takes. Hot off the heels of their latest release, the band wanted to give the fans some more new material while they were on tour, so they released an EP called “The Vault”. This EP has the fire we all love, the passion, the intensity, and the incredible lyrics about not ever giving up. From the opening track “Years Past” to the incredible closer, “My Life In Your Hands”, this EP never lets up! Vocalist James Clark gives an absolutely stunning performance with his band mates backing him up. Solos from Ryan Baustert and Johnathan Sutton are everywhere on this thing and I promise you, once you listen, you will be begging for more! Here’s the downfall though, the final track, while being my favorite, kind of sounded like Andy Biersack from Black Veil Brides which was kind of a turn-off but still ended up being one of the best tracks on the album. I definitely recommend this EP to any fan of a good rock album and look out for their next release which I’m sure will be hitting our ears before the year is up! Go check out “The Vault” on Bullet Tooth records! Out tomorrow!